DAVISON (DTV) – (4/20/2020) – The Junior Quarterback Brendan Sullivan who led the Davison Cardinals to their first-ever state championship in football in division one has announced where he will be playing in college.
First, let’s talk about how he got here.
He started receiving major attention at the beginning of the 2019-2020 football season.
While leading the Cards to an impressive 12-2 season, he began getting offer after offer from colleges. After the third game of the season, specifically, is where he received his first offer, coming from Central Michigan. After that, Ball State, Northwestern, and many other schools followed suit.
Even during playoffs, colleges all around wanted him to be on their team and made offers.
He has been awarded many accolades that grabbed their attention, the most impressive being finishing final 5 for Mr. Football in Michigan, junior all sports athlete of the year, and the most obvious, winning the Divison 1 Football State Championship in Michigan.
A list of more of his more prominent achievements are listed below:
- Flint-area offensive player of the year
- 1st team all-conference
- 1st team academic all-state
- MHSFCA Dream Team all-state
- MLive Dream Team
- Detroit Free Press Dream Team
- D-Zone and 247 sports ranked #1 in QB in class of 2021
- 15 Total D-1 Offers
During the 2019-2020 football season, he made 165 total completions that added up to 3,045 passing yards, exceeding his goal of 2,000. Sullivan had an outstanding 33 passing TD’s at the end of the season.
In the championship game, he rounded out to an impressive 330 total yards while 40 of them being rushing. He also had 2 rushing touchdowns as well as 1 passing.
Brendan Sullivan has released where he will be taking his talents to the collegiate level, and that will be Northwestern University
DTV got an exclusive interview with him regarding his decision on choosing where to go:
The multi-skilled Brendan Sullivan has a bright future ahead of him playing for Northwestern Wildcats in division one college football.