Alabama PG Claims Four Offers

The current Alabama 2A player of the Year, Frankie Sullivan of R.C. Hatch High, has begun to see his stock rise. The talented point guard hopes to boost his stock even more this summer when he make appearances at a few high profile summer basketball camps.

Frank Sullivan Profile

"I have offers from Alabama, Auburn, UAB and Mississippi State," said Frank Sullivan. "I don't really have a favorite. I am just keeping my options open for right now."

The homestanding Crimson Tide likes to play an inside/outside game that appeals to the talented Sullivan.

"Alabama likes to play a lot guards and they always have a good big man to get the ball down low to," said Frankie. "They have had guys like Erwin Dudley and Richard Hendrix."

A pair of SEC Western Divisional rivals also have a style of play that Frankie feels he can fit into and grow as his college career develops.

"Auburn and Mississippi State both like to play up tempo," said Sullivan. "They will get after you on both ends of the floor and I like that."

Sullivan is also very serious about the Blazers of UAB. Frankie credits the personal touch of the UAB staffs recruiting efforts as a very positive thing.

The standout floor general will be attending several summer camps this summer, most notably the Steve Nash Camp and Lebron James King's Academy.

Sullivan sees himself as more than a shooting guard with good ball handling skills. He is working hard to become a complete player who makes plays through the other players on the floor.

"I feel like my biggest strength is my scoring ability, but I work on my whole game," said Frankie. "I used to play on a team that I had to score most of the time, but now I just try to make my teammates better."

Sullivan denys a leader and he reports he is in no hurry to make his college decision.


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