"It went good," the 6-0, 205 Sullivan said. "I actually committed today. I felt very good about going there and my mom liked it to, so I went ahead and committed.
"I kind of liked Auburn since I was in 10th grade since I took my first visit there," he added. "Ever since then I have liked them and had them as my top school to go to."
"They are recruiting me for linebacker and the 'star' position that they call it," Sullivan said. "It's kind of like what I do now. I get to move around the field and cover in man and things like that. It's pretty much what I do now."
Spending time getting to know Auburn defensive coordinator and future position coach Ellis Johnson as well as his recruiting coach Dameyune Craig, Sullivan said he really enjoyed that part of his visit as well as learning more about his role in Auburn's defense.
"When we were in position groups he talked to me about it and was telling me different stuff about the position," Sullivan said of Johnson. "I was listening and it sounded very much like the position I play now. That's what I liked about it.
"It's very comforting for me," he added. "It's basically just like what I play now, but with more plays added to it."
Choosing Auburn over offers from Georgia Tech, Florida, Marshall and Georgia State, Sullivan said he's excited about his decision and doesn't plan on looking back.
"I feel like it's a decision I'm going to stick with," Sullivan said. "I just like the feel that is there. This is kind of a family-oriented team and that's what I like about it."