Kutchera had a very productive sophomore season this past fall, leading CSM with 43 receptions for 841 yards and seven scores and was named the Offensive MVP and was a First Team All-Nor Cal selection.
Even with that productivity and his outstanding size and soft hands, Kutchera still is waiting for an opportunity to present itself.
"I got an offer from Arkansas-Monticello (a D-2 school) and I have been talking to a lot of D-1 schools, but none have offered yet," Kutchera told JCFootball.com recently. "Washington State, Fresno State, Arizona State, Idaho and Southern Illinois all are talking to me right now, but like I said, no offers yet."
After a solid prep career at Granada High School in Livermore, California, Kutchera had a choice to make as he was unable to qualify for a scholarship to a four-year school.
"I chose (College of San Mateo) because of their reputation for getting guys to the next level and my friend who I've been playing football with my whole life (Jake Kearney who currently plays for Cal) influenced me to go," Kutchera said.
While he's been at CSM, Kutchera has not only gotten it done on the field, he's also been a stalwart in the classroom having already received his two-year degree.
Wherever he winds up, Kutchera will have three years to play two starting in the fall.