David A. Willauer-Contributing Writer-4-1-21: At the University of Indiana Football Banquet Jack Tuttle, former Mission Hills quarterback, who started 2 games with the Hoosiers received the LEO Award.
The LEO Award is most prestigious for the program and is given to the football player that embodies the culture. LEO stands for Love Each Other which represents the love, sacrifice and commitment and love for those around you which makes the program special.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Indiana football program honored linebacker Micah McFadden and quarterback Michael Penix Jr. as the Anthony Thompson Most Valuable Players at the program’s 2020 awards ceremony on Thursday evening.
Quarterback Jack Tuttle earned the LEO Award, while running back Davion Ervin-Poindexter and wide receiver Christian Harris received the inaugural Chris Beaty Outstanding Walk-On Players of the Year Award.