Tony Poljan, who was born on April 25, 1997, is now a free agent in the sport of American football at the position of tight end. He played collegiate football for Central Michigan and Virginia, respectively.
Poljan was raised in Lansing, Michigan, and graduated from Lansing Catholic High School, where he also received a track and field letter in addition to his basketball and football athletic achievements.
He took over as the Cougars’ starting quarterback as a sophomore. He rushed for 1,017 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior while also passing for 2,802 yards and 34 scores.
Poljan ran for 1,237 yards and 25 touchdowns in addition to passing for 1,907 yards and 16 scores as a senior. He was selected the Michigan Gatorade Player of the Year and first-team Division 5-6 all-state.
Prior to Jerry Kill’s retirement announcement, Poljan had committed to playing collegiate football for Minnesota,
but he later reneged on that word. He was asked to play another position by the coaches at Nebraska, Iowa State, and Michigan State, but he ultimately chose to play basketball at Central Michigan,
where his father had previously played. Poljan received basketball scholarship offers from Toledo and Central Michigan as well.
Where did Tony Poljan attend college?
Tony Poljan, attended Michigan college and He participated in collegiate football at Virginia and Central Michigan.
Poljan split his time between wide receiver and quarterback for the Central Michigan Chippewas as a freshman. As a junior, he caught 33 passes for 496 yards and four touchdowns,
earning him a spot on the second team of the Mid-American Conference. In his lone season with the Virginia Cavaliers, he hauled in 38 passes for 411 yards and six touchdowns.
Poljan joined the transfer portal after receiving his diploma at the conclusion of his junior year but finally decided to transfer as a graduate student at Virginia.