Jeremey Cutrer, the 3-star DB from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College signed with LSU today.
The former 2013 commit was able to get his academics on the right track and develop more as a player at the JUCO level this past fall.
In his last season at Mississippi Gulf Coast C.C., he recorded 44 tackles, 1 interception and a team leading 9 PBU's.
In an interview with Nola.com, Cutrer "had to get used to the environment." But Cutrer also felt that JUCO was a good thing, "I'm pretty glad that I came to junior college, really. It gave me a chance to grow up and be a better man. I'm out here, but it's really helped me in a lot of ways and it was the best thing for me at the time. It let me grow up."
It sounds like he is really starting figure things out within himself and hopefully that can translate to the football field.
He is a very good athlete that has a nice big frame for the safety position. He has fluid hips and solid ball skills. His hands are inconsistent, but he is very good at high-pointing the football in 50-50 situations. I do however love his tough and physical play. He's not the best at play recognition, but when he sees the ball carrier he attacks them with a full head of steam.
Here's a highlight package from Cutrer's senior season in High School.
Overall, I think Cutrer learned alot from JUCO and I think it will help him out in the long run in football and life in general.
He should be seeing the field in spring practice so it will be interesting to see where the coaching staff lines him up. He could project at CB with the expected departures of Jalen Collins and Rashard Robinson.