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Dyson Mccutcheon, 3 star CB, La Puente (CA) Bishop Amat (Committed)

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  • Maybe he realized the pac 12 is dying
    GrundleStiltzkin
  • Players want to play.
  • What the fuck is this about?

    McCutcheon says he hasn't really connected well with Harris and Brown. Said he's tried to call them several times but they seem to have changed cell phone numbers and haven't told recruits their new number so he isnt sure what is going on.



    Nah, its just clickbait. They are referring to him deciding whether or not he wants to play his senior year of football.
    CallMeBigErnRDRFear_BonerDavid
  • chuck said:

    Greg Biggins Analysis




    Recruiting: Washington was the dream school for McCutcheon growing up and he decided to pull the trigger early. The original plan was to take his visits and check out Cal, Michigan, Oregon State and Notre Dame but he said he knew Washington was the perfect fit so there was no need to wait it out any longer. He visited UW back in 8th grade but hadn’t been back to the campus since. He said his relationship with the coaching staff, particularly Will Harris, his fit in the defense and opportunity to be developed and hopefully play in the NFL were all big reasons for his decision. Dyson mentioned what a great job Jimmy Lake and staff have done getting defensive backs to the next level and that’s definitely his goal as well. Scheme fit played a role here too as McCutcheon will play the position perviously manned by Myles Bryant played in the defense as a nickel corner and it fits him well.

    What to Like: McCutcheon really came in to his own as a junior and had a big season on both sides of the ball. He showed dynamic play making ability while going up against one of the nation’s toughest schedules. He finished the year with 477 yards rushing and nine touchdowns, caught seven passes for 251 yards and a touchdown and returned a pair of kicks for scores as well. He could play offense in college, he has the skill set to do so but just like his father Daylon, who was an All-American running back at Bishop Amat years ago before focusing on corner at USC, the younger McCutcheon will also focus on the defensive side of the ball. He’s a highly instinctive player, always around the football and has a good natural feel for the corner position. He shows good short area quickness and has improved his long speed over the last year as well. He has good ball skills and ball awareness and doesn’t need to clutch and grab too much like so many other young corners. He’s a highly competitive player as well and played some of his best games in the Lancers biggest games of the season.

    Areas to improve: McCutcheon has already made strides in two areas we wanted to see him improve in. Bulking up and adding some good weight to his frame as well as improving his speed and explosiveness. This would have been a fun off-season to see McCutcheon as he was planning to run track and it would have been interesting to see what kind of times he could have run. From what we heard from talking to those close to him, McCutcheon has put on over 10 pounds this off-season already and was looking very good on the track as well before spring sports were shut down. As McCutcheon continues to get bigger and improve his strength, he’ll take his game to another level.

    Overall Analysis: McCutcheon is a very nice pickup for Washington and fills a big need for the program. He’s one of the best nickel corners in the region and has the talent to step in and play early. He’s different then Myles Bryant but will play a similar position. He’s a better athlete then Bryant at the same stage and probably a better pure cover man whereas Bryant was a thicker kid, more physical and stronger in run support. McCutcheon has great bloodlines as has been discussed before and you can see he has a natural feel for playing the game. He just seems to be a few steps ahead of everyone else on the field and has the talent to play as a true freshman. He has improved as an athlete over the last couple of years and is just starting to come in to his own as a player. He’s also a high end student off the field, a high character kid and should be a great credit to the University.

    I still dont understand why they keep bringing up Bryant and not Molden the AA caliber, lockdown slot corner. Everyone just loves the little guys and underdogs I guess..

    It’s because Myles Bryant is a “success story” of an undersized walk on becoming a full time power 5 starter
  • chuck said:

    Greg Biggins Analysis




    Recruiting: Washington was the dream school for McCutcheon growing up and he decided to pull the trigger early. The original plan was to take his visits and check out Cal, Michigan, Oregon State and Notre Dame but he said he knew Washington was the perfect fit so there was no need to wait it out any longer. He visited UW back in 8th grade but hadn’t been back to the campus since. He said his relationship with the coaching staff, particularly Will Harris, his fit in the defense and opportunity to be developed and hopefully play in the NFL were all big reasons for his decision. Dyson mentioned what a great job Jimmy Lake and staff have done getting defensive backs to the next level and that’s definitely his goal as well. Scheme fit played a role here too as McCutcheon will play the position perviously manned by Myles Bryant played in the defense as a nickel corner and it fits him well.

    What to Like: McCutcheon really came in to his own as a junior and had a big season on both sides of the ball. He showed dynamic play making ability while going up against one of the nation’s toughest schedules. He finished the year with 477 yards rushing and nine touchdowns, caught seven passes for 251 yards and a touchdown and returned a pair of kicks for scores as well. He could play offense in college, he has the skill set to do so but just like his father Daylon, who was an All-American running back at Bishop Amat years ago before focusing on corner at USC, the younger McCutcheon will also focus on the defensive side of the ball. He’s a highly instinctive player, always around the football and has a good natural feel for the corner position. He shows good short area quickness and has improved his long speed over the last year as well. He has good ball skills and ball awareness and doesn’t need to clutch and grab too much like so many other young corners. He’s a highly competitive player as well and played some of his best games in the Lancers biggest games of the season.

    Areas to improve: McCutcheon has already made strides in two areas we wanted to see him improve in. Bulking up and adding some good weight to his frame as well as improving his speed and explosiveness. This would have been a fun off-season to see McCutcheon as he was planning to run track and it would have been interesting to see what kind of times he could have run. From what we heard from talking to those close to him, McCutcheon has put on over 10 pounds this off-season already and was looking very good on the track as well before spring sports were shut down. As McCutcheon continues to get bigger and improve his strength, he’ll take his game to another level.

    Overall Analysis: McCutcheon is a very nice pickup for Washington and fills a big need for the program. He’s one of the best nickel corners in the region and has the talent to step in and play early. He’s different then Myles Bryant but will play a similar position. He’s a better athlete then Bryant at the same stage and probably a better pure cover man whereas Bryant was a thicker kid, more physical and stronger in run support. McCutcheon has great bloodlines as has been discussed before and you can see he has a natural feel for playing the game. He just seems to be a few steps ahead of everyone else on the field and has the talent to play as a true freshman. He has improved as an athlete over the last couple of years and is just starting to come in to his own as a player. He’s also a high end student off the field, a high character kid and should be a great credit to the University.

    I still dont understand why they keep bringing up Bryant and not Molden the AA caliber, lockdown slot corner. Everyone just loves the little guys and underdogs I guess..

    It’s because Myles Bryant is a “success story” of an undersized walk on becoming a full time power 5 starter
    I guess the fact that Bryant had commitable offers to UW and UCLA in January, waited too long, and knew he'd get on scholarship after the first year of being a WO, hurts that narrative.
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