Sullivan content to wait on recruiting

Ed Sullivan is a dual-threat quarterback prospect from Boca Raton High School in south Florida. Sullivan, 6-2 and 195 pounds, is a three-star prospect that threw for 2,400 yards (61% completion percentage) and rushed for over 500 yards last season. Those numbers plus what he did during the off-season helped pave the way for all of his scholarship offers.
"Right now I have offers from Wake Forest, Kansas State, Iowa State, Southern Miss, Florida International, Rutgers, Tennessee, Ohio University, and Central Michigan," Sullivan said. "Schools like Mississippi State and Ohio State are really starting to recruit me. They are the main ones that I know about. I try not to worry about it and just play football. Right now the plan is to take my official visits later, after the season."
Sullivan had a very busy summer, camping at Miami, FIU, N.C. State, Mississippi State, and North Carolina. He also took an unofficial visit to Wake Forest and Southern Miss.

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"The camps and visits really helped me. They were all great experiences and it helped me to check out the schools and meet the coaches.
"But right now I would say I am pretty open."
Boca Raton starts practice on Monday. They open up in a Kickoff Classic against Jupiter and there first game is against West Boca Raton.