Quarterback Shutter joins Rams

University of Regina Rams head coach Frank McCrystal has announced that former University of Hawaii quarterback Cayman Shutter will transfer to the University of Regina and join the team for the 2013 season.

Shutter, who played for three seasons at Hawaii, will have two seasons of CIS eligibility remaining.

“We are extremely excited to have a student-athlete of Cayman’s calibre come to the Rams,” McCrystal said. “He is exceptionally bright and will shine as a graduate student at the University of Regina. His athleticism complements his academics and we are expecting Cayman to be a tremendous leader for us for over the next two years.”

After redshirting the 2009 campaign, Shutter spent the next three seasons as a backup quarterback with Hawaii. He also served as the team’s holder on field goal and point-after attempts in 2012 and was named to the Mountain West Conference All-Academic Team. Prior to his time with the Warriors, Shutter led Punahou School to its first state football championship as a senior and was named to The Honolulu Advertiser’s all-state first team and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin’s all-state second team.

Shutter, who was born in Regina and moved to Hawaii along with his family in the early 2000s, graduated from the University of Hawaii with a Bachelor of Arts in English and expects to pursue a Master of Arts in creative writing at the University of Regina.

Shutter is already in town and is working out with the team in advance of the 2013 season. His first official practice with the Rams will be one month from today, as on-field activities at training camp start on Friday, Aug. 16.

Source:  University of Regina Rams Sports Information

Photo credit:  University of Hawaii Sports Media Relations

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