Scott Cutley, a 6-6, 235-pound combo foward from Westchester High School in Torrance, California, is a blue collar type who played with a lot of fire at this week's ABCD camp.
Cutley is a utility type who was relentless in pounding the glass and tipping caroms back to himself all week. While he needs to tone up a little bit and doesn't possess your prototypical mid-major size, in terms of heart and desire, Cutley ranked off the charts. Cutley is a competent ball handler who, despite being a step slow can also slither in off the dribble for points. He has a deceptive amount of court savvy and awareness.
Cutley's forte, however, is as a work horse underneath. He battled bigger players all week, and always seemed to be around the ball. Cutley was this year's version of Temple signee Michael Blackshear, an undersized forward who is relentless on the glass(Cutley is more skilled offensively than Blackshear, however).
Cutley has heard from Tulsa, Colorado St., Pepperdine, New Mexico, and Oregon St. New Mexico has offered. Cutley plans on visiting New Mexico and Pepperdine later this summer.
Cutley, who averaged 13 points and 9 rebounds for Westchester this past season, plays for the California-based Pump and Grind AAU program. His summer stops include the Las Vegas Big Time, California's Best of Summer Tournament, and "a couple of local tournaments."
Cutley has a 2.7 GPA. He will take the SAT for the first time in October.