Sullivan returns from visit gets two new offers

One of the fastest rising prospects from Southern California is running back Brandon Sullivan (5-10, 213, 4.43) from Poway, Calif. Sullivan just returned from his visit to Boise State and he has recently picked up two new offers.
"I visited Boise State," Sullivan said. "It was somewhat confusing due to the coaching situation, other than that the trip went very well."
"The first day I was there we watched them practice in their indoor facilities," Sullivan said. "It was really nice. The practice field was big and they had that new turf that everyone is getting now days."
"I saw the blue field and at first it was weird since I never saw a blue field before," Sullivan said. "But after I awhile you get used to it and it's just like any other field, you play football on it."
"Last night I got a call from Colorado coach Dan Hawkins," Sullivan said. "He recruited me for Boise State before he took the Colorado job and he offered me a scholarship to Colorado."
"If everything checks out I will take an official visit to Colorado on January 6th," Sullivan said. "I'm going to weigh all my options before I make and a decision."
"Maryland also called and offered me a scholarship as a defensive back," Sullivan said. "They want me to visit their campus on January 13th. I'm not sure if I'm going to visit Maryland or not yet."
Sullivan currently holds offers from Duke, Maryland, Colorado State, Colorado, Boise State, James Madison, Col Poly San Luis Obispo and Montana State.
For his senior season, Sullivan, rushed for 1,556 yards and scored 24 touchdowns. He also had two touchdowns receiving and picked off a pass as a defensive back.
Sullivan's fine performance saw him earn League Player of the Year for the 2005 season. He also earned first-team San Diego Section all-CIF, first-team all-county and first-team all-league.