Maybe, but checking the efficiency of your weekly training (days, exercises, sets, and reps) and general recovery would be the first step.
Last year when you were around 20% bodyfat and eating 1700 calories, there was plenty of bodyfat and a lack of calories for someone of your activity level. So, it's definitely possible. It's not uncommon for fat people to take in too few calories when they try to cut. Their body panics and holds on to bodyfat, so no progress is seen.
One concept Wendler promotes with 5/3/1 is "eating for performance." Basically, fueling yourself with enough carbs, fat, protein, and calories to crush hard workouts and recover from them, and letting your bodyfat more or less take care of itself in the long run.
For reference, what's your current bodyweight, general bodyfat level, and strength on the basic four lifts (squat, dead, press, bench)?