Sullivan Commits to Miami

2011 PG Brian Sullivan of the class of 2011 verbally committed to Miami. The Ohio combo guard, who stands at 6'0" and 170 pounds, said Miami was "a perfect fit athletically, academically, and socially." Sullivan added, "Miami exceeds at all three."

2011 PG Brian Sullivan of the class of 2011 verbally committed to Miami last week. The Ohio combo guard, who stands at 6'0" and 170 pounds, said Miami was "a perfect fit athletically, academically, and socially." Sullivan added, "Miami exceeds at all three."

Sullivan also held offers from Harford and Toledo. He also had interest from Northeastern, Cornell, Princeton, Bucknell, Davidson, William and Mary, Boston College, and Western Carolina.

His family is happy with his decision as well. "My family could not be more excited. It is a great school within two hours away. It is real exciting."

Sullivan sees great things in the future for Miami: "We have a chance to be really good."

Sullivan also visited Boston College, Northeastern, and Hartford within the past few weeks. He also visited Toledo.

Sullivan led Upper Arlington (OH) High School to an undefeated record before falling in the state playoffs to Dublin Coffman. He averaged over 18 points, 3.5 assists, and 5 rebounds. He shot 51% overall, 41% from the arc, and 72% from the line. He was named Ohio Capital Conference Central Division player of the year.

Sullivan plays point guard for his summer team (CBIZ) and expects that will be his primary position in college. Sullivan said, "I have elevated my game all around – scoring, passing, rebounding, and defending."

Previously, Sullivan described his game:

"I pride myself in my ability to shoot well. I am a high IQ basketball player and work well with other players."

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