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Name: Xavier Hutchinson 
College: Iowa State     Number: 8
Height: 6-3   Weight: 210
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.36
   40 Time: 4.46
  40 High: 4.54

> Projected Round: 2-3  Stock:    

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: PWCampPOY/PMaxwell/PBiletnikoff...2021: 1stC...PBiletnikoff...**2020: ONewcomerOYC/1stC


 Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State, Player News


  In his second season with the Cyclones, Xavier Hutchinson was third in the Big 12 with 987 receiving yards and had five touchdowns while averaging 75.9 yards per game. In doing so, he cemented his place as a starter in Campbell's offense. It was a rise to the top of a Power 5 program that surprised some people, but not Hutchinson's head coach. "I don't know if Xavier was ever a guy that maybe surprised me in terms of what he brought to our program," Campbell said during media day. "I think I had a really good understanding of what we were getting in Xavier Hutchinson when he came here."

This could be the season Hutchinson shows what he's fully capable of. Last year, Kolar led the team in receiving touchdowns with six. Hall had three and Chase Allen had two. Long story short, Purdy had lots of options in his receiving corps and took full advantage. With all three of those players gone, Dekkers will still have an elite receiver in Hutchinson. Should Campbell need other options for Dekkers to throw to, Sean Shaw Jr. and Jaylin Noel are two names to keep an eye on. - Des Moines Register


(DS#4 WR) rSr/2023 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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  Even before playing in the Cheez-It Bowl with a injured thumb, though, Xavier Hutchinson announced his intention to return for a third and final season in Ames. Given his talent and production, that would be immense news under any circumstances, but given the roster turnover Iowa State experienced, it was magnified. Having a new starting quarterback for the first time since 2018 makes his return even more critical. First-year starting QB Hunter Dekkers will immediately have one of the best receivers in the country as a target. Hutchinson has 147 catches, 1,758 yards and nine touchdowns in 13 games over two seasons. He's shown the ability to change the game from all over the field with his speed, route-running and hands. He also showed plenty of grit and toughness playing in a Cheez-It Bowl with the bum thumb when sitting - or opting - out would have been a pretty easy choice following a season that began with College Football Playoffs aspirations.

For all that Hutchinson accomplished in two years with quarterback Brock Purdy, Dekkers could offer him the opportunity to flash even a little bit more. Purdy had many strengths, but throwing the deep ball was not among them. With Dekkers' bigger arm, Hutchinson could have the opportunity to stretch the field in new, dynamic ways. Regardless, Hutchinson's return raises the ceiling for Tom Manning's offense not only because of his own talent, but also because of its impact on the quarterback. Having a reliable, dynamic threat on the outside who is capable of playing every down provides the safety and security that goes a long way with an inexperienced quarterback. - Des Moines Register


(DS#4 WR) rSr/2023 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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  2022 PRESEASON WALTER CAMP PLAYER OF YEAR PLAYER TO WATCH: Xavier Hutchinson, WR, senior, Iowa State,...Hutchinson, who hails from Jacksonville, Florida, earned First Team All-Big 12 honors for the second-straight season in 2021. The redshirt senior set an ISU single-season record and led the Big 12 Conference with 83 receptions. Hutchinson finished with 987 receiving yards and five touchdown catches. He leads all active Big 12 receivers in career receptions (147) and receiving yards (1,758). - Iowa State Football

(DS#4 WR) rSr/2023 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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  2022 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State,...A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Hutchinson had an impressive 2021 season, earning First Team All-Big 12 honors for the second-straight season while breaking the ISU single-season record and leading the Big 12 Conference with 83 receptions. Hutchinson had 987 receiving yards and five touchdowns last season, running his career totals to 147 receptions, 1,758 yards and nine touchdown receptions. He leads all active Big 12 receivers in career receptions (T-14th nationally) and receiving yards (18th nationally). - Iowa State Football

(DS#4 WR) rSr/2023 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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  2022 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State,... In 2021, Iowa State wide receiver Xavier Hutchinson made First Team All-Big 12 … started 12 of 13 games played … led the Big 12 with an Iowa State single-season record 83 receptions … ranked 23rd nationally in receptions per game (6.4) and has an active streak of 25-straight games with a reception, the fifth-longest string in school history … second in the Big 12 and 41st nationally in receiving yards (987), the sixth-best season total in school history … second on the team in touchdown catches with five … tallied four 100-yard receiving games, tying for fourth in school history, and had two double-digit reception performances … had eight games with seven or more catches and averaged 11.9 yards per catch.

Recorded 10 receptions for 133 yards and two touchdowns at UNLV … had seven catches for 96 yards and a touchdown vs. Kansas … was outstanding in the win over No. 8 Oklahoma State, registering a career-high 12 catches for 125 yards and a pair of touchdowns … in the win over Texas, recorded eighth catches for 96 yards and also threw a 49-yard touchdown pass … posted eight catches for 112 yards vs. Texas Tech and had seven receptions for 107 yards vs. TCU … ranks eighth in career receptions (147) and 10th in career receiving yards (1,758) on ISU's record list … his 147 receptions since 2020 is the fifth-most in FBS during that span … his six career 100-yard receiving games ranks sixth in school history. - Iowa State Football


(DS#4 WR) rSr/2023 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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  2021 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Xavier Hutchinson, Iowa State, Sr.,...The Big 12 leader in receptions (82) for the second-straight season, breaking ISU's single-season record and ranking 15th nationally. The two-time All-Big 12 First Team selection posted 953 receiving yards, the sixth-best total in ISU history. Recorded four 100-yard receiving games and a pair of 10+ reception efforts. Has an active streak of 24-straight games with a reception. His 146 receptions since 2020 are the most in the NCAA. - Iowa State Football

(DS#4 WR) rSr/2023 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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  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#4 WR) rSr/2023 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#4 WR) rSr/2023 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#4 WR) rSr/2023 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#4 WR) rSr/2023 WR Xavier HutchinsonIowa State
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