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Big spring on deck for QB Ty McCutcheon

Ty McCutcheon was among the notable winners of the Sup7r tournament in Southern California over the weekend, doing his part to lead Lo-Pro to the trophy.

It was another positive move this offseason for Honolulu, HI three-star quarterback Punahou, who is heading into the all-important spring evaluation period with great enthusiasm.

McCutcheon recently received his latest Pac-12 scholarship offer from Washington State, and he also has Arizona on his list.

“Washington State was at our school back in January during the contact period and watched me drop a little, so I called them the next day and they offered,” McCutcheon said. “Arizona offered last summer at her camp, coach Jedd Fish offered me and I talked mostly with the coach Jimmy Dougherty. Getting this offer on site was amazing. I plan to come there at the end of this month for a visit.”

6’3″ and 190 pounds, McCutchen backed the former Polynesian Bowl All-Star. John-Kiwe Sagapolutele (Hawaii) last couple of seasons and now gets the reins to take over the offense at Punahou. With the full season approaching, McCutchen should be able to open his eyes even more this fall, so he’s patiently approaching the hiring process.

However, the talented passer said he plans to stay busy during the off-season to try and impress in a number of places.

“This summer I hope to visit several camps,” McCutchen said. “Many schools have said they plan to come to Punahou in the spring to watch me drop out of programs like Utah, California, Arizona and a few other schools. coach from Oklahoma Brent Venables followed me recently and I have this connection with Dillon Gabriel who is from Oahu. Matt Rule another one, I was able to correspond with him a little.”

McCutchen is ranked 63rd in the nation’s quarterbacks rankings and 4th among Hawaii State prospects in the class of 2024 by 247Sports. He completed 56 of 81 attempts for 699 yards and six touchdowns in a limited junior role last season.

Stay tuned to 247Sports for the latest news, information and analysis as prospects in all classes continue to sort their top contenders all off-season.

247Sports National Recruiting Editor Brandon Huffman contributed to this report.


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