"Just that offense, with that pistol, it's really good for the position I run, I'm really like the X-factor on each play," he said. "When I get there they'll probably be playing me at H-back in a tight end/receiver hybrid type role."
The 6-3, 215-pound receiver from Westlake High School (Westlake Village, Calif.) said he will not waver on his decision to play at Nevada. According to Scout, Tuttle received offers from top academic schools like Harvard and Princeton, but there were too many advantages of the college that lies in Reno, a city that practically borders between California and Nevada.
"The offense they run, I went up there and talked to the coaches and watched their Spring game and just like the school and atmosphere and everything about it," he said.
Tuttle has an official visit to Nevada planned for November. It will be his third time visiting and he does not plan to visit any other schools.
Currently in his senior season, Tuttle has helped the Warriors amass an undefeated record where they have become one of the top-five football programs in the state.
"We're playing really well as a team. We haven't been firing on all cylinders yet but I think there's always room to improve
"I think there's always room to grow in every part of your game so I'm just looking to get an all-around improvement," he said.