Carlton have selected former Bulldog Jason Tutt in the pre-season draft.
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As expected, Carlton has taken former Western Bulldogs speedster Jason Tutt in today’s AFL pre-season draft.
The 23-year-old will link up with former teammate Liam Jones at Princes Park after he removed himself from the Dogs’ list in mid-November.
He struggled to nail down a consistent starting role under Brendan McCartney, playing just seven games in 2014.
Tutt featured in 26 games and booted 22 goals in his time at the Bulldogs after being selected at pick no.31 in the 2009 national draft.