Who is Aidan Hutchinson’s father Dr. Chris Hutchinson? Know all about the former Michigan Wolverines player and his family

Chris Hutchinson played for the Michigan Wolverines as a defensive end and outside linebacker

Chris Hutchinson

Aidan Hutchinson is an NFL player who olays6as a defensive end for the Michigan Wolverines. He is currently 21 years old and was born in Plymouth Michigan. He used to play for Divine Child school in Dearborn, Michigan and attended the University of Michigan.

In this article, we will take a look at his father – Chris Hutchinson and get to know more about him. We will take a look at his playing days as well what does he do know as well.

Who is Chris Hutchinson and where did he used to play?

aidan Hutchinson
Aidan Hutchinson’s father is a doctor

It might not be known to a lot of people but Aiden Hutchinson’s father Chris Hutchinson himself used to play football. It’s probably his influence that has made Aiden such a fine player that he is today.

Christopher H. Hutchinson played as a defensive end and outside linebacker for the Michigan Wolverines and even attended the University of Michigan like his son. He was selected twice for the First Team All-Big Yen conference in 1991 and 1992.

Aidan Hutchinson is a doctor
Chris Hutchinson is was an outside linebacker

Additionally, he also was named the Big Ten Conference Defensive Lineman of the Year in 1992. However, his football career was cut short after he developed some complications from a tetanus shot. This resulted in a preponed retirement for Chris Hutchinson. He then pursued a career in medicine following an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship and attended the University of Michigan Medical School.

He is currently working as an emergency room doctor at Beaumont Hospital. He is married to Melissa Hutchison who used to be a model and worked in the modelling industry. He has two daughters as well apart from Aidan – Mia Hutchinson who is the elder one and Aria Hutchinson.

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