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Chuck Cutler
  • Number: 82
  • Position: Wide Receiver
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 190
  • Roster Years: 1985-1988
  • Hometown: Draper, CO
  • Last School: Snow College

PersonalEdit

Born in Salt Lake City ... parents are Clint and Carma ... served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Ecuador ... married Michelle Maxfield in May 1987 ... recruited by Weber State ... majoring in business finance with a Spanish minor.

High SchoolEdit

Prepped at Alta High where he lettered in football, basketball and track. He was all-region and all-state in football, all-region and all-area in basketball. He was coached by Doug Berry (Southern Utah State).

Other CollegeEdit

Was all-conference and all-area at Snow College and was in the top 10 receiving nationally.

BYUEdit

1985 Redshirt YearEdit

Walked on.

1986 Sophomore YearEdit

Scored the first touchdown of the year with a short reception against Utah State ... suffered amnesia after being tackled in the Air Force game ... had three catches for 13 yards in regular season ... had four receptions in Freedom Bowl ... honorable mention academic All-WAC selection.

1987 Junior YearEdit

First-team Academic All-America (CoSida) ... also Academic All-WAC and All-District ... was top wide receiver until breaking both thumbs in Hawai`i game ... has had four had operations ... finished with 30 catches for 444 yards.

1988 Senior YearEdit

First-team GTE Academic All-America (CoSida), GTE Academic All-District Eight ... First-team All-Western Athletic Conference and first-team All-WAC by the media ... Academic All-WAC ... honorable mention All-America by Associated Press and United Press International ... tied NCAA record for eight consecutive games catching a TD pass in a season ... WAC Offensive Player of the Week against New Mexico

NCAA AwardsEdit

  • Academic All-American - 1987
  • Academic All-WAC - 1987
  • WAC Offensive Player of the Week - October 29, 1988
  • Led BYU in Receiving - 1988
  • First-team All-WAC - 1988
  • Academic All-American - 1988
  • Academic All-WAC - 1988
  • WAC Student Athlete of the Year - 1988
  • NCAA Post Graduate Scholar - 1989

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