Bringing Jack Tuttle to Indiana was kind of a big deal for Tom Allen and his staff. As one of the top prospects to ever commit to the Hoosiers, the quarterback’s commitment to IU was assurance that the program is headed in a positive direction.

Tuttle spent the 2018 season at Utah, but left the program midway through the season after struggling to see much playing time for the Utes. The former 4-star gunslinger — and No. 5 pro-style quarterback — gives the Hoosiers some depth at the position.

On Wednesday, Tuttle met with the media to talk about his transition from Utah to Indiana, and what the process is like as he prepares for spring ball.

Tuttle talked about his parents attending Indiana, and their excitement for him to be in Bloomington. He also touched on the importance of building relationships with new teammates and understanding how things operate at Indiana.

Below, you can view the video of Tuttle’s comments about his transition to Indiana and how he thinks he fits into the program.