The parent company of Charmin toilet paper delivered a truckload of the squeezable, soft product to him in his hometown of Pickerington, Ohio, on Wednesday.
Draft prospect Jake Butt just got a special delivery. pic.twitter.com/FyDXRF755d— 97.1 The Fan (@971thefan) April 26, 2017
The nature of the relationship between Procter & Gamble and Butt is unclear. A request for comment was emailed to P&G.
The gesture surely was a nod to Butt's last name, which elicits snickers wherever he goes. He embraces it.
"I love it so much," he told ESPN last August. "I think that's one of my greatest traits. It has really allowed me to grow my platform and build my brand."
Butt has made a name for himself as a football player for being a two-time Big Ten tight end of the year. He is ranked by ESPN Insider Todd McShay as the fifth-best tight end in the NFL draft, which starts Thursday.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.