Daylon McCutcheon

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Daylon McCutcheon
No. 33
Cornerback
Personal information
Date of birth: (1976-12-09) December 9, 1976 (age 37)
Place of birth: Los Angeles, California
Career information
High school: La Puente (CA) Amat
College: Southern California
NFL Draft: 1999 / Round: 3 / Pick: 62
Debuted in 1999
Last played in 2006
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Tackles 424
Sacks 7
Interceptions 12

Daylon McCutcheon (born December 9, 1976 in Los Angeles) is a retired National Football League cornerback who played his entire career with the Cleveland Browns

High school career[edit]

McCutcheon played high school football at Bishop Amat Memorial High School in La Puente, California under the direction of then Head Coach, Mark Paredes. As a senior, he rushed for 2,456 yards in 1994; however he chose to play cornerback in college because his pro prospects were considered better at that position.[1]

College career[edit]

McCutcheon played college football at the University of Southern California. Although he played primarily on defense, the Trojans occasionally used him as a receiver due to his overall talent.[2] Following his senior year, he was named All-America second-team by The Sporting News and All-Pac-10 first-team. He was also a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award.

Professional career[edit]

McCutcheon played in 103 games with 96 starts and accumulated 463 tackles, 7 sacks, 12 interceptions, 63 pass breakups and 8 forced fumbles [3] for the Browns before being released on March 9, 2007.

Coaching career[edit]

Beginning in 2007, McCutcheon began coaching at his former high school. [1]

Personal[edit]

Daylon's father, Lawrence McCutcheon, was an all-pro running back who set the since-broken Los Angeles Rams career rushing record (6,186 yards) and played in Super Bowl XIV.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Robyn Norwood, Woods’ Ankle Injury Lets MacKenzie Play, Los Angeles Times, October 5, 1997, Accessed December 16, 2008.
  2. ^ Robyn Norwood, McCutcheon Figures in Plans for Offense, Los Angeles Times, October 1, 1997, Accessed December 16, 2008.
  3. ^ Daylon McCutcheon Stats