Sleeper linebacker/tight end, Sullivan Grosz (6-4, 240, 4.85) from Fresno (Calif.) San Joaquin Memorial is another player who has seen his stock take an upward move in January. He took an official visit last weekend and has another official visit this coming weekend.
"I went to Nevada for an official visit," Grosz said. "Coach Chris Ault told me they are out of scholarships, but he would put it in writing that they will give me a scholarship nest year."
It appears that Nevada has offered Grosz a gray shirt opportunity.
"Today (Monday Jan. 26) Cal Poly San Luis Obispo offered me a full scholarship during their in-house visit," Grosz said. "The offer made me feel really good because people say that Cal Poly is like an Ivy League school on the west coast.
"I like Cal Poly's offer especially because of their business program," Grosz said. "That's the field of study I want to major in."
"This weekend I will be taking an official visit to UCLA," Grosz said. "UCLA has been telling me to come as a preferred walk-on as a defensive tackle. They are telling me that I could earn a scholarship within two years."
Grosz earned second-team all-league as a senior. That's pretty good when you consider that he missed three out five league games due to an injury after racking up 77 tackles and four sacks in seven games.
As a junior, Grosz earned all-league honors after accounting for 120 tackles, two deflected passes and one interception.