Will USC Offer Give Utah QB Commit Jack Tuttle Something To Think About?

San Marcos (Calif.) Mission Hills quarterback Jack Tuttle committed to Utah way back in December. Will a new offer from USC give the signal caller something to think about?


Jack Tuttle has seen his stock soar the last few months with offers rolling in from all over the country. 

The quarterback has been firm in his commitment to Utah but the signal caller picked up yet another national offer on Friday, this one from the USC Trojans. Would the offer be enough to give Tuttle second thoughts on his commitment?

"I'm honored to have the offer from USC, it's a great school but I'm 100% committed to Utah," Tuttle said. "For me, a commitment is a commitment. Once you build trust with someone, that's it. For me, I have such a great relationship with the coaches at Utah and such a strong comfort level, I would never do anything to hurt that."

USC had a commitment from standout signal caller Matt Corral but the two party's went their separate ways a few days ago.

"Coach Helton called me on Friday and offered," Tuttle said. "He said they like me a lot and want me to come and visit. I was confused at first because they have Matt committed but he explained what was going on and said they needed a quarterback. 

"Like I said, USC is a great school but I explained that I was solid with Utah and I'll actually be up there next week at their camp working out a little and doing some recruiting. After every offer I've gotten, I've called the Utah coaches to keep them in the loop of what's going on. That's just how we are, the communication we have is great a big reason I'm so excited to be a Ute."

Tuttle has had a tremendous off-season and should now me mentioned among the top quarterbacks in the country. He's rated the No. 6 quarterback and No. 51 prospect in the nation. He was tremendous at the recent Elite 11 Finals and has all the physical tools plus the high football intelligence and intangibles to have a very successful career at the next level. 

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