Cutter Boley - Football - University of Kentucky Athletics 8


  • position Quarterback
  • height 6-5
  • Weight 205
  • class Freshman
  • Hometown Hodgenville, Ky.
  • High school Lexington Christian Academy

2024 – Freshman
• Midyear enrollee

High School
• A consensus four-star recruit by all the major recruiting services
• Rated the No. 14 quarterback in the 2024 class and top-ranked recruit in Kentucky according to 247Sports Composite
• A four-time letter winner and starter at QB
• Coached by Doug Charles at LCA
• Earned the 2023 Paul Hornung Award winner as the Commonwealth’s top player
• 2023 Kentucky Mr. Football candidate
• Named First-Team Offense on the 2023 All-City High School Football Team
• Completed his prep career completing 565 of 937 passes for 8,331 passing yards with 82 scores
• Also ran for 17 touchdowns
• Threw for 2,187 yards and 24 touchdowns, completing 172 of 268 passes with nine interceptions as a senior … Also rushed for five scores
• Helped lead Lexington Christian to an 11-2 record, advancing to the Class 2A quarterfinals in 2023
• Earned All-District honors
• Threw for 3,901 yards with 36 touchdowns and 15 interceptions on a 64 percent completion rate as a junior
• Played two seasons at LaRue County before transferring to LCA in 2022
• Also lettered two seasons on the basketball team
• Chose Kentucky over Florida State, Michigan and Penn State

• Born in Hodgenville, Kentucky
• Son of Scott and Mary Beth Boley
• Has two siblings, Jaxon and Erin
• Comes from a family of athletes as dad, Scott, played basketball at Western Kentucky (1989-92), brother, Jaxon, was a tight end at Wyoming (2018) and sister, Erin, was the 2016 Gatorade National Player of the Year coming out of Elizabethtown High School and went on to play three seasons at Oregon (2019-21)
• Major is undecided

Cutter Says
• Other than play in the NFL, his dream job is to be in construction management
• Three words to describe him are determined, hard working and calm
• If he could eat only one thing for the rest of his life he would chose buffalo chicken quesadillas
• His sports hero is Tom Brady because of the way he carries himself
• His go-to karaoke song is “Folsom Prison Blues” by Johnny Cash

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