"It would've been nice to get drafted, but at the same time if you go undrafted you pretty much get to choose a situation that's good for you," said Tutt. "I think the Jets are a good fit."
The 6-2, 235 pound Tutt, who runs the forty in the 4.6 area, passed for 28 touchdowns as a senior for the Spiders, but most scouts didn't consider him a quarterback prospect for the next level.
"There are a lot of things I have to learn and get comfortable with, but I know enough going in so I won't be overwhelmed," said Tutt. "Being a quarterback you have to know what everyone does. I think just being in this system with Coach [Dave] Clawson for the last couple years will definitely help me a lot in the future."
And unlike some college quarterbacks, Tutt has no issues with switching positions.
"If I never take another snap, I won't be disappointed," said Tutt.