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4-star SG Braylon Mullins schedules Kentucky visit

Zack Geogheganby:Zack Geoghegan06/19/24


Braylon Mullins, one of the biggest stock risers on the AAU circuit this spring, will be in Lexington next week.

According to On3’s Joe Tipton, Mullins will take an unofficial visit to Kentucky on Monday, June 24. A 6-foot-4, 180-pound shooting guard out of Greenfield (IN) Central, Mullins has performed at a high-level in recent months on the Adidas 3SSB Circuit for Indiana Elite, which also rosters four-star center and fellow Kentucky target Malachi Moreno, who hails from Georgetown (KY) Great Crossing.

Tipton reports that Mullins, who is considered a four-star prospect and the No. 32 recruit from the 2025 class by On3, has scheduled additional unofficial visits to Purdue and Ohio State for next week, along with official visits to Michigan, Indiana, and Tennessee that will take place in the fall.

The likes of UConn, Kansas, North Carolina, Michigan State, and Alabama are also in the mix. Kentucky has yet to officially extend an offer.

In On3’s most recent player rankings update, Mullins received a significant bump following his AAU season. 247Sports and Rivals have since done the same — all ranking him among the Top 35. He averaged 20.1 points per game for Indiana Elite (13 games played) on the 3SSB circuit and was the fourth-most efficient scorer in the entire league during the spring at 1.13 points per possession, according to Synergy.

Mullins has been lights out shooting the ball, ripping off splits of 55.8 percent from the field, an incredible 52.1 percent from deep on 7.4 attempts per outing, and 73.1 percent from the line. He also chipped in 3.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 1.5 steals per game, as well.

As a result of his strong play, he’s picked up over a dozen offers since the spring began: Michigan, Missouri, Purdue, North Carolina, Kansas, Stanford, Tennessee, Ohio State, Creighton, Michigan State, Alabama, UConn, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

Led by assistant coach Cody Fueger, Kentucky will make its pitch early next week.

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