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Lansing Catholic's Poljan gaining attention on recruiting scene at positions other than quarterback

Football   | Jeff Dullack

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Tony Poljan has been one of the most talked about names over the course of the past month in the recruiting game, and for good reason.

Poljan, who was named the Michigan Gatorade Player of the Year earlier this month, capped off his impressive high school football career this year as he finished his senior season with over 40 touchdowns and almost 3,500 total yards of offense from the quarterback position.

But recently in recruiting, it’s been positions other than quarterback that colleges have been recruiting him to play.

Poljan, a 6-foot-7, athletic signal caller for Lansing Catholic has received a number of high level offers over the past couple of weeks to play tight end, after de-committing from Minnesota in late November.

Most recently, Poljan received an offer from Michigan State to play tight end and according to reports his offer from Nebraska was also to play tight end as well.

Poljan was originally committed to Minnesota to play quarterback, but cited the coaching situation at the school as his reason for de-committing. Other recent offers for the 3-star recruit are from Oklahoma State and Iowa State.

Regardless of what position Poljan chooses to play at the next level, the college that lands his services will be getting a true playmaker, but if he chooses to play a position other than quarterback, Poljan can expect to continue to receive more offers from high-level Division 1 programs.