Charlie Sullivan signs letter of intent for CalPoly Mustangs

Posted by: January 9, 2023 No Comments

Under head coach David Pena at Central Union High School, Sullivan rushed for 1,347 yards and 19 touchdowns during his senior season. He also contributed 14 receptions for 241 yards and four scores and, on defense, notched 57 tackles (33 solo), including 7.0 tackles for lost yardage and 2.5 sacks, along with four quarterback hurries, one pass breakup, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble. He was named to the All-Imoerial Valley League first team on both offense and defense and was named league MVP. Central Union was 7-4 overall this fall, Imperial Valley League champion and reached the semifinals of the CIF-San Diego Section Division II playoffs before falling to Ramona. In 10 games as a junior, Sullivan rushed for 830 yards and 14 touchdowns, caught 18 passes for 222 yards and three scores and made 50 tackles (37 solo), four for lost yardage and one sack, along with two more fumble recoveries. He was team MVP and earned first-team all-league honors on offense and defense. His career totals include 325 rushes for 2,158 yards and 33 touchdowns, 32 receptions for 463 yards and seven scores and 122 tackles (74 solo), 11 for lost yardage and 3.5 sacks. Sullivan produced nine career 100-yard games rushing, including 258 yards and three touchdowns in the 2022 season opener against Mt. Carmel, 259 yards and three more scores versus Brawley in the playoffs, and four touchdowns against both Imperial (153 yards) and Southwest El Centro (123 yards)



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