A St Joseph's Nudgee College product and former Queensland Country Captain, Tuttle possesses an impressive junior background, having represented the Australian Schoolboys in 2013, before playing a starring role for the Junior Wallabies in the 2015 Under-20 World Championships.
The next year Tuttle would make his Super Rugby debut, running out for the Queensland Reds at just nineteen-years-old. Tuttle would go on to make 24 appearances over the next four seasons before suffering back-to-back ruptured Achilles.
In 2020, Tuttle would move to Melbourne where he has become a beloved figure at the Club. Tuttle’s value extends far beyond just the playing field, with the scrum half considered one of the Rebels’ most influential and respected voices amongst the playing group.
Cheeky Monkey Cafe Bacon & Egg Focaccia add hash brown with BBQ sauce and AioliFavourite hobby outside of rugby:
Coffee HoppingFavourite spot to eat in Melbourne:
Either Focaccia with olive oil and balsamic vinegar or Salsicce e Funghi pizzaWhat is your pre-game ritual:
Write down goals for the match on my iPad