Jack Tuttle is a former Indiana Hoosiers starting quarterback who played with Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan Wolverines last season alongside former teammate AJ Barner, who was drafted by the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks.

Tuttle was called a “freak athlete” by Coach Sherrone Moore during spring ball season but suffered an injury that he is now working back from with a trainer.

On May 24, Tuttle shared an update on his injury recovery via his Instagram account that slipped through the cracks of the national media and never ended up on their radar screen.

“Take action/For the Team,” Tuttle wrote on his Instagram page.

“I feel like I’m in a really good place,” Tuttle said in the Instagram video that can be viewed below.

He spoke about the contributions of a trainer that have brought back to a place where he is “stronger than before” the injury.

“I’m just excited, excited for the summer and the future,” Tuttle said.

Tuttle threw for 130 yards and a touchdown last season in backup duty. He completed 15 of 17 passes showing the type of passing acumen that could make him the surprise winner of Michigan’s QB race this season.