Elite QB Jack Tuttle highlights Utah recruiting class
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Utah locked up the most anticipated member of its incoming recruiting class when quarterback Jack Tuttle signed on the first day of the early period.
The 6-foot-3, 200-pounder from San Marcos, California, is ranked the No. 6 pro-style quarterback in the country by the 247Sports composite score. He stayed firm with his long-time Utah commitment despite offers from USC, Alabama, LSU, Wisconsin and others.
Among others signed by the Utes are: Braeden Daniels (6-4, 284 pounds), ranked the No. 58 guard in the country out of Carrollton, Texas; Placentia, California, defensive back Malone Mataele (5-10, 177); and Miami receiver Terrell Perriman (5-11, 182).
Utah continued to work the junior college ranks, adding Pima Community College linebacker Bryant Pirtle (6-2, 227) and San Jacinto College defensive lineman Jeremiah Jordan (6-4, 233).
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Updated December 20, 2017