Jay Cutler is a Hall of Famer.

After this weekend, there won't be any disputing that fact.

The enigmatic Bears quarterback will be inducted into the Vanderbilt Hall of Fame Friday night in Nashville.

Cutler was a four-year starter with Vanderbilt, setting school records in passing yards, touchdowns, completions and attempts.

Cutler was named the SEC offensive player of the year in his senior season in 2005 when he threw for 3,073 yards and 21 TDs.

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In four seasons at Vanderbilt, Cutler also rushed for 1,256 yards and 17 TDs, including nine scores in his freshman year.

The Denver Broncos made Cutler the 11th overall pick in the 2006 Draft before trading him to the Bears three years later.

Cutler will be inducted into the Vanderbilt Athletic Hall of Fame alongside eight other individuals, including big-league pitcher David Price who just signed a $217 million megadeal with the Boston Red Sox.