Some Jay Cutler High School highlights (including Jay returning a punt for a TD)

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  1. Jimmors

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    Great find!

    Nice hit to knock a guy out of bounds!!! Looked very similar to the other day.

    I gotta say though, sometimes his balls sure did wobble a lot... ;)
     
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    So hey! He's one of THOSE guys - that played football AND basketball. Is this a trend???
     
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    Haha, well he WAS just a kid. But you can see that arm strength, even at that age. Safe to say, he fixed that wobble while at Vanderbilt.
     
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    And damn...he really DID do everything: passed for TDs, punt return for TDs, ran for TDs, was a WR and caught some TDs. Oh, and he could dunk the basketball.
     
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    He grew up a Chicago Bears fan. He was also a solid starting safety for 3 years (he played defense AND was their QB).

    "His team's perfect record during his senior year included the school's first 3A state championship, where Heritage Hills beat Zionsville in overtime, 27–24. The most notable play of the game occurred when Cutler lateraled the ball to the halfback, Cole Seifrig, who then passed it to Cutler who ran it into the end zone."

     
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    Awesome Jimmors. Like Shark posted I love that hit early in. Dude was/is a great athlete.
     
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    He must have played in a lower division. He looks like Shaquille O'Neill compared to the other kids, even the linemen. You could definitely see the arm though.
     
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