Jack Tuttle explains what drew him to Michigan following 2022 season with Hoosiers
Jack Tuttle joined Cade McNamara and Erick All as players who have transferred within the B1G. Tuttle is heading to Michigan, where McNamara and All used to play at.
McNamara and All are now at Iowa, while Tuttle is heading to Ann Arbor for the 2023 season.
Tuttle appeared in 1 game for Indiana this season, throwing for 82 yards passing with 1 touchdown. Tuttle played for Indiana from 2019-2022.
When it came to what stood out about Michigan, Tuttle stated that the university is in line with his short and long term goals.
When I looked at my short term and term goals, I liked all the opportunities Michigan provided. I felt that Michigan could enhance the probability that I achieve my long term goal of working in the NFL, as a player or a coach. In the short term, for the 2023 season, I have the opportunity to further develop as player and to contribute to a program that is poised to win a National championship.
Tuttle is hoping that Michigan can fine tune his skills and make him a better player.
The Wolverines are definitely poised to make more noise in the B1G next season. J.J. McCarthy is expected to be back for another season and Donovan Edwards should be manning the backfield in Ann Arbor once again.