The steady and impressive play of four-star quarterback Jack Tuttle of San Marcos (CA) Mission Hills High School has garnered the rising prospect significant amounts of interest from several of the country’s top football programs. Tuttle has earned over 10 scholarships and holds offers from schools of three major conferences.
Tuttle’s growing and impressive offer list includes the likes Arizona State, LSU, Nebraska and Wisconsin. In-state schools such as UCLA have also noticed Tuttle’s high caliber of play and could be close to extending an offer. Despite receiving interest from several schools, no schools are standing out to Tuttle, yet.
“Really it is hard to say at this point,” Tuttle told BadgerNation. “Once I finish visiting schools over the next couple weeks I will have a better idea on which schools stand out.”
Although no programs have yet separated themselves from the rest, Wisconsin will have a good chance at doing so coming next week when Tuttle visits July 19-20.
“I am excited to get up to Wisconsin in the next week,” Tuttle said. “I hear Madison is an amazing city and that it is very beautiful. I simply can't wait to get up there and see the campus and the coaches as well.”
Heralded as a well-rounded individual, focused on more than just the athletic aspect of his future college lifestyle, Tuttle is eager to learn more about the academic opportunities Wisconsin can provide him.
“I'm looking to learn more about the Business and Journalism schools at Wisconsin while on my visit,” Tuttle said. “I want to start to learn more about the culture and goals of the football program at Wisconsin. I also want to continue developing a relationship with the coaches there.”
In addition to Wisconsin, Tuttle is planning stops to LSU, Missouri and possible Nebraska over the next couple weeks. Continued to be pursued by receivers coach Ted Gilmore, Tuttle is anxious to see if the Badgers’ program is the kind of fit he’s looking for.
“I could definitely see myself playing at Wisconsin and in the Big Ten,” Tuttle said. “I’m just excited to get up to Wisconsin and learn as much as I can next week.”