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Alabama High School Football Players


 
 Pat Sullivan
 All-State Team
 Year   Class   Position   Team   Source 
1966 4A B 1st  AP
1966 4A B 1st  BN
1966 4A QB 1st  BPH
1966 4A B 2nd  MA
1967 4A QB 1st  BPH
1967 4A B 1st  BN
1967 4A B 1st  AP

 Awards
 Year   Award   Position   Class  Source 
 1967  All American QB Sr.  SS
 1967  All American QB Sr.  KO
 1967  Super All-State QB Sr.  Bham News
 1967  All Southern QB Sr.  Orlando Sentinel
 1967  Top 100 Backs QB Sr.  KO
 1967  All-Star Game QB Sr.  
  
   
  Born: 
  High School: John Carroll
  Position: Quarterback
  Height/Weight: 6'0" / 170
  Senior Season: 1967
  College: Auburn
 
   Hall of Fame: ASHOF 
 


 High School Bio:

            Sullivan ran for 681 yards and completed 112 of 211 passes for 1,382 yards as a senior at John Carroll. As a junior, Sullivan ran for 664 yards and passed for another 1,657 yards. He was a triple threat who ran for 6 touchdowns, passed for 15 and averaged 33 yards punting the ball. He had been a tailback his sophomore season and made the move to quarterback his junior year. He would rack up nearly 4,000 yards of total offense in his career gaining 2,400 yards passing and 1,600 yards rushing. He was the punter for the Cavaliers, became the kicker his last season and played defensive back. He was All-American, All-State, All-Metro his Junior and Senior years. He played in the East-West Baseball Game for two years; was All-County and All-Metro in baseball; was on 3rd Team All-State Basketball. He played three years of varsity football and was Captain of his team.





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