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Name: Xavier Hutchinson 
College: Iowa State     Number: 8
Height: 6-3   Weight: 210
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.50
  40 High: 4.58
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Height: 6026
Weight: 210

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: PBiletnikoff...**2020: ONewcomerOYC/1stC

 Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State, Player News


  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: WR Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State,...The Jacksonville, Fla., native led the Cyclones in receptions (50) and receiving yards (612), ranking second in the Big 12 in catches per game (5.0) and third in receiving yards per game (61.2). Hutchinson was also second on the team in touchdown catches with four. - Iowa State Football

(DS#59 WR) Sr/2022 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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  2020 BIG 12 OFFENSIVE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR: Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State, WR, Jr.,...Hutchinson made an incredible transition from junior college by emerging as one of the top receivers and the best offensive newcomer in the Big 12. The Jacksonville, Fla., native led the Cyclones in receptions (50) and receiving yards (612), ranking second in the Big 12 in catches per game (5.0) and third in receiving yards per game (61.2). Hutchinson was also second on the team in touchdown catches with four. - Iowa State Football

(DS#59 WR) Sr/2022 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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  Emergence of Hutchinson and Allen. The transfer is gradually becoming Purdy's favorite receiver. Saturday, he caught eight of Purdy's first 30 completions. He's getting open, which helps. He's getting separation at the line of scrimmage, something the Cyclones had trouble doing in the first couple of games. It's not exactly an emergence for tight end Chase Allen, who's been a significant part of the program for a long time. He did, however, catch four passes, including one that was a touchdown. Allen was so beset with injuries during his first two seasons that it's good to finally see him having the kind of season everyone knew he was capable of. Cyclones tight ends combined for 10 receptions for 122 yards and two touchdowns. "Each week, we have a different way to attack a game to win it," Allen said. "They've been calling on the tight ends the last few games. Our numbers are getting called. We're showing up." - Des Moines Register

(DS#59 WR) Sr/2022 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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  Make your own determination about Xavier Hutchinson being the next standout receiver that Iowa State hopes he becomes, but consider this: He said no to a last-minute pitch by Oklahoma. He said no when the Sooners' staff drew comparisons to All-World CeeDee Lamb, now in the Cowboys camp after being a first-round selection in the most recent NFL draft. He said no to a team that historically has one of the best quarterbacks in the college football land, and no to a team that's been in four of the past five college football playoffs. To hang with his June 2019 commitment to Matt Campbell says something about the junior, who at this time a season ago, was preparing with the rest of the Blinn Junior College team.

If you're a Cyclones fan, you should root for stories like these, because a receiver saying no to a program that has won or shared the last five Big 12 Conference regular-season championships? That should prove something, not only about Campbell's rising program, but also about the kind of players he recruits. "It wasn't tough at all, actually," Hutchinson said last week about his decision to stick with the Cyclones. "When you have a program like Iowa State's, with the coaches and the family-like experience you get here - it's really easy to say no to schools like that. "I commend Iowa State for everything they've done for me." - Des Moines Register


(DS#59 WR) Sr/2022 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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