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Name: Jack Tuttle (Transfer from Utah)
College: Indiana     Number: 14
Height: 6-3   Weight: 212
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

40 Low: 4.82
   40 Time: 4.90
  40 High: 4.98
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Height: 6026
Weight: 212

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...2020: NAC...Transfer from Utah

 Jack Tuttle, Indiana, Player News

  04/18/21 - QB Jack TuttlerJr/2023, Indiana, 6-3, 212 (DS#52 QB) + More +

  Allen said the plan is for starting quarterback Michael Penix Jr. to be ready for the season opener Sept. 4 at Iowa. But Allen won't play Penix if he's less than 100% as he continues to rehab from a torn ACL he suffered last November. Backup quarterback Jack Tuttle got the majority of reps this spring, especially after third-string quarterback Dexter Williams went down early in spring drills with a torn ACL, which leaves IU dangerously thin at the position. Tuttle passed for 362 yards with two TDs and one interception last season, going 1-1 as a starter and leading the Hoosiers to a win at Wisconsin. "Whenever he's going to be called upon, he's going to be ready, and I believe that," Allen said. "It's a special thing to have, and it's important." Allen felt Tuttle improved this spring in his ability to call checks at the line scrimmage and with ball security. "Taking care of the football, when he was pressured not making a bad decision," Allen said. "I've seen him really grow in that." - Herald Bulletin

(DS#52 QB) rJr/2023 QB Jack TuttleIndiana
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  12/05/20 - QB Jack TuttlerJr/2023, Indiana, 6-3, 212 (DS#52 QB) + More +

  Jack Tuttle threw two touchdown passes in his first career start and Indiana's defense made a stand in the final minute as the 10th-ranked Hoosiers outlasted No. 18 Wisconsin 14-6 on Saturday. Indiana's victory snapped a 10-game skid in this series and enabled the Hoosiers (6-1, CFP No. 12) to tie a program record with its sixth Big Ten victory of the season. Indiana also earned six Big Ten wins in 1967 and 1987. The Hoosiers hadn't beaten Wisconsin since 2002. Wisconsin (2-2, No. 16 CFP) drove deep into Indiana territory on its final drive, but Graham Mertz's fourth-and-10 pass to Chimere Dike from the 21 was broken up by Reese Taylor in the right corner of the end zone with 46 seconds left.

The Badgers drove inside Indiana's 40-yard line on five possessions but had just six points to show for it. Tuttle went 13 of 22 for 130 yards with a 1-yard touchdown pass to Peyton Hendershot and a 7-yard scoring strike to Whop Philyor. The Utah transfer was starting in place of Michael Penix Jr., who tore his anterior cruciate ligament last week in a 27-11 victory at Maryland. Penix had thrown for 1,645 yards and 14 touchdowns while helping Indiana win five of its first six games. - Indiana/AP College Football


(DS#52 QB) rJr/2023 QB Jack TuttleIndiana
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  12/04/20 - QB Jack TuttlerJr/2023, Indiana, 6-3, 212 (DS#52 QB) + More +

  For an Indiana team that has dreams of finishing off a special season with its first Big Ten title since 1967, it's a pressure spot. But those who know Tuttle best say he has a big arm and a cool demeanor. That will be put to the test, beginning at Wisconsin, then continuing with a rivalry game against Purdue, and then, possibly, the Big Ten championship game in Indianapolis if Ohio State doesn't qualify due to not reaching six games played. "He's not a get in your face kind of guy," said Brandon Huffman, a national recruiting editor for 247Sports who covered Tuttle's recruitment out of Mission Hills High in San Marcos, California. "He's not a loud, boisterous personality. He's not a guy that's going to go on Twitter and tweet every minute something motivational that somebody else wrote years ago. He's just kind of a real salt of the earth type, quiet guy who just goes about his business."

The son of former IU walk-on kicker Jay Tuttle, Jack Tuttle grew up in suburban San Diego, where by his sophomore year, he was on the radar of college programs throughout the country. He was rated a top-five pro-style quarterback nationally by both Rivals and 247Sports. Alabama coach Nick Saban recruited him. So did nearby USC. But Tuttle chose Utah, based on the pipeline of quarterbacks from the San Diego area who had success there, beginning with Alex Smith. - Herald Bulletin


(DS#52 QB) rJr/2023 QB Jack TuttleIndiana
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  12/02/20 - QB Jack TuttlerJr/2023, Indiana, 6-3, 212 (DS#52 QB) + More +

  Redshirt sophomore Jack Tuttle made his season debut after Penix was injured and completed 5 of 5 passes for 31 yards. He played in five games last season and completed 6 of 11 passes for 34 yards. "Jack Tuttle is a special player, too," Allen said. Although UW's coaches don't have much video of Tuttle with the Hoosiers, they are familiar with his skills from his days as a touted prospect at Mission Hills High School in California. UW recruited Tuttle, who signed with Utah before transferring to Indiana. "You try to do your best," UW coach Paul Chryst said of preparing for a new quarterback. "Obviously, when you don't have as much film it makes it a little bit more challenging. Yet you see enough and you know what they're trying to do offensively. "You've just got to do your best in your preparation."

UW cornerback Faion Hicks insisted the members of the defense can't slack off in preparation during the week or in focus on Saturday because of the injury to Penix. "They're still a really good offense," he said. "He's not the only one who made plays for them. They have a good receiving group and I'm pretty sure the quarterback who steps in is going to try to make things work. "We've still got to prepare for a really good offense." - Journal Sentinel


(DS#52 QB) rJr/2023 QB Jack TuttleIndiana
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