Will Boca Raton QB Earn Offer?

Several quarterbacks have made trips to Raleigh this year and several more plan on making similar trips down the road. Boca Raton, Florida quarterback Eddie Sullivan recently checked out NC State and spoke to Pack Pride about his experience.

NC State hosted a number of quarterbacks at it’s recent football camp with each competing for an offer from the Wolfpack coaching staff. Boca Raton, Florida quarterback Eddie Sullivan was one of those in attendance and he spoke to Pack Pride about his experience.

At 6-1 and 185-pounds, Sullivan has an impressive offer sheet that includes schools like Rutgers, Southern Miss, Wake Forest, FIU, Kansas State and Iowa State. NC State has not yet offered but the Pack wanted to get Sullivan in town for their most recent camp.

"It was great, actually," Sullivan said after returning home. "I liked the coaches there. They have facilities that are just great. I liked it a lot.

"It's a really nice place. It's pretty different, I guess. The stadium is off-campus and there's a city right there. That's how it's different. I don't really see it as a college town. It's more of a school by a city."

Sullivan was planning on visiting Ohio State this past Tuesday, and he also plans on camping at Wake Forest and Southern Miss in the near future.

While he was in Raleigh the NC State coaches were vague about whether an offer could be on the way.

"They talked to basically everyone about offers," he said. "They didn't really say anything in particular. They just said they can't decide on who they're offering yet. It doesn't really matter too much to me. If they want to offer it will come. I know they wanted to get us in for the camp to see how we interact. It's not just about how we play football, it's about how we lead and do everything like that.

"I thought I performed well out there. I did the best I could."

Sullivan has no favorites and said he has no time frame for his decision.

As a junior at Boca Raton he completed 62-percent of his passes for 2,300 yards and 29 touchdowns with five interceptions. He also rushed for 500 yards.

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