CAREER NOTES: Four-year letterwinner appeared in 43 career games with 16 starts . . . had 54 career tackles and 11 career pass break-ups, adding 3.5 TFLs and 1.0 sack . . . graduated with a bachelor’s degree in media and information in December 2018 and earned a master’s degree in media information in December 2019 . . . made national news in viral video of his dogs, Roxy and Remi, accompanying him on Senior Day, as both his parents passed away during his college career . . . was one of 10 Spartans to help volunteer with the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts during the 2017 bye weekend (Sept. 15-17, 2017) in Houston.
2019 SEASON (SENIOR): Recorded a career-high 25 tackles and tied for second on team with a career-high five pass break-ups in playing all 13 games, starting seven . . . played a career-high 495 snaps on defense . . . started first five games at cornerback, before action limited at Ohio State due to injury, but returned to starting lineup at Wisconsin . . . posted one tackle and one pass break-up at Michigan . . . started at corner in Penn State game and logged four tackles . . . posted two stops, including one TFL, at Wisconsin . . . tallied three tackles to go with a career-high three pass break-ups in Indiana game, his first career game with multiple PBUs after seven games with one pass break-up . . . finished IU game with a season-high 11 production points . . . registered career-high five tackles at Northwestern . . . posted four stops with 0.5 TFL after starting against Arizona State . . . started Western Michigan game and played 51 snaps, posting one tackle and one pass break-up . . . started season opener vs. Tulsa, tallying career-high tying four tackles.
2018 SEASON (JUNIOR): Played in six games, including five starts at cornerback . . . had 10 tackles and three pass break-ups . . . played a total of 324 snaps . . . battled through injuries the second half of the season and missed seven straight games, but came back to action in the Redbox Bowl vs. Oregon . . . had one pass break-up against the Ducks . . . started the first three games of the season (Utah State, Arizona State, Indiana) but played only one snap in game four vs. Central Michigan . . . returned to action in Northwestern game, starting at cornerback . . . recorded career-high four tackles and one pass break-up at Indiana . . . started at Arizona State and tallied three tackles and one pass break-up . . . started against Utah State and posted three stops.
2017 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Played in all 13 games with four starts (Bowling Green, Western Michigan, Notre Dame, Penn State) . . . played 214 snaps . . . tied career-high with three tackles vs. No. 18 Washington State in the Holiday Bowl . . . started at field cornerback against No. 7 Penn State and played 13 snaps . . . played 21 snaps and tallied one tackle at Northwestern . . . logged one stop and one pass break-up against Notre Dame in playing 38 snaps . . . tallied two tackles vs. Western Michigan, including half a sack, while playing 40 snaps . . . tied career high by posting three tackles and tallied first pass break-up of career against BGSU; played 33 snaps against the Falcons.
2016 SEASON (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Played in all 12 games, primarily on special teams, to earn his first letter . . . played more than 40 snaps at cornerback . . . notched seven tackles, including 1.5 for losses (14 yards) . . . had a 10-yard tackle for loss at Penn State . . . posted career-high three tackles vs. Northwestern, including a half tackle for loss (4 yards); played a season-high 23 snaps at cornerback against the Wildcats . . . played in the Wisconsin game, logging his first tackle as a Spartan . . . saw action at Notre Dame . . . made Spartan debut in Furman game.
2015 SEASON: Redshirted.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Ranked among the nation's Top 250 prospects by Rivals.com (No. 241) . . . rated among the country's top cornerbacks by Rivals.com (No. 25), ESPN.com (No. 28), Scout.com (No. 33) and 247Sports.com (No. 52) . . . listed among the Midlands' top prospects by ESPN.com (No. 84) . . . ranked among the state's top seniors by Rivals.com (No. 31), Scout.com (No. 44), ESPN.com (No. 69) and 247Sports.com (No. 71) . . . rated among the state's Top 100 prospects by Lone Star Gridiron . . . listed among among the Top 30 Central Texas seniors by the Waco Tribune . . . two-year starter for Coach Jeff Neill at West Mesquite (Texas) High School . . . named to the 12-5A all-district first team as a kick returner in 2014 despite playing in only five games (knee injury) . . . returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown vs. South Garland . . . returned a punt 75 yards for another score . . . his 50-yard punt return set up a TD vs. Wylie . . . selected to the 10-4A all-district first team as a junior . . . recorded 38 tackles and 15 pass break-ups in 2013 . . . had 37 receptions for 496 yards (13.4 avg.) and two TDs as a junior . . . also saw action at quarterback in wildcat formations in 2013 . . . three-year letterman for the Wrangler track and field team . . . son of the late Steven Butler and Ladrida Bagley . . . his brother, Akilian, is a fifth-year senior wide receiver at Boise State . . . born Nov. 25, 1996 . . . earned his bachelor’s degree in media and information in December 2018 and is currently pursuing a master's degree in the same field.