New Staff Offers Sullivan

New CU Head Coach Dan Hawkins has not wasted any time in getting after recruiting. Just two days after he was announced as the new head man at CU, he offered a RB he was recruiting at Boise State. Brandon Sullivan was his league's MVP after a stellar senior campaign. The running back will visit Boulder in early January.

Height: 5-10
Weight: 213
40 time: 4.5
Bench: 335
Squat: 510
Clean: 295
Vertical: 39"
From: Poway, California
High School: Poway

As a senior, Brandon Sullivan rushed for 1,556 yards and 24 touchdowns on 221 carries. He caught six passes for 152 yards and one touchdown. He had 60 tackles and one interception on defense. Sullivan was named first team all-league, conference and San Diego Section. He was named his league's MVP.

Most schools are now looking at Sullivan as a running back. "After my senior season, most like me at running back now," Sullivan explained. "Some are still looking at me as a corner and a safety. It does ot matter to me where I play. I just want to play."

The running back has written offers from Maryland, Colorado, Colorado State, Boise State, San Diego State, Duke, James Madison, Cal-Poly, and Montana State. He has visited Colorado State (Dec. 2nd), San Diego State (Dec. 9th), and Boise State (Dec. 16th). "I am supposed to visit Colorado on January 6th now. "Coach Hawkins called me on Sunday night and told me that I have an offer at Colorado now, too. I don't know much about Colorado. I just have to take the trip to find out more."

Sullivan has a current top four. "I like San Diego State, Colorado State, Boise State, and Maryland. I might take a trip to Maryland on January 13th."

He is originally from Camden, New Jersey and moved to Poway midway through the first semester of his Freshman year.

The Buffalo Sports News will speak with Sullivan after his Boulder trip.

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