Jack Tuttle announced during the season that he would be leaving Indiana. Now, the former Hoosier has revealed his transfer destination.

As it turns out, Tuttle will not have to go far for his next stop. The former 4-star prospect out of California revealed he’s committing to Michigan and Jim Harbaugh’s program in Ann Arbor on Tuesday.

A member of the 2018 recruiting class, Tuttle spent four seasons in Bloomington after his freshman year at Utah. Tuttle had some starting experience in 2020-21 but mainly served as the backup for the Hoosiers.

During his time at Indiana, Tuttle finished with 901 yards passing with 5 touchdowns and 6 interceptions. With JJ McCarthy entrenched as the starter for 2023, Tuttle provides the program with veteran experience in the QB room.