CSN Bay Area named WR Brice Butler the best offensive player in Raiders camp.
The rookie receiver started training camp mired on the third team. Roughly a month later, he’s running with the No. 1s. His ascent was assured by smooth route running and ability to make the big catch.
While he didn’t have the awesome camp Rod Streater had last season, Butler has made his way into the rotation with solid play. He leads the team with five preseason receptions for 108 yards and a signature touchdown catch.
He secured a 30-yard TD by his fingertips in the exhibition opener that is the play of the preseason thus far and showcases how good the seventh-round pick can be.
Butler should be monitored, but the Raiders' offense is a mess, so there's no one outside of Denarius Moore and perhaps Rod Streater that merits attention in most fantasy formats.