Greenwich, Conn. offensive lineman John Sullivan is one of the top players in the country. He got to see another top player up close and personal last Friday and felt he played pretty well.
"We played Wayne Hills High School in Jersey and Greg Olsen," said the 6-foot-4, 270-pounder of his battle with the talented tight end's team. "It was just a scrimmage, but I think we dominated them."
In the game, Sullivan had a few bright spots.
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"It was just a scrimmage, but I got in like three scraps," he said. "I took it seriously."
And what about the matchup with Olsen?
"We didn't really meet on the field," he said. "He didn't have a great game."
Recruiting for Sullivan, whose team beat Wayne Hills by a few touchdowns he thinks, is still the same.
"No official visits set up and the same teams interested," he said. "I like Michigan, Notre Dame and Boston College the best and North Carolina and Miami right after that."
Sullivan expects to set up some official visits soon enough.
"I'll probably take a couple during the season and a few after," he said. "I won't do anything until I take my visits."