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Indiana basketball extends offer to 2025 four-star guard Braylon Mullins



Braylon Mullins takes foul shots, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2023, during practice at Greenfield Central High School. (© Robert Scheer/IndyStar / USA TODAY NETWORK)

Indiana basketball has extended an offer to 2025 four-star, in-state guard Braylon Mullins, as it was announced per his Twitter page. This offer comes after his unofficial visit to Indiana on Friday.

Mullins was recently bumped to a four-star prospect and ranked No. 94 in the 247Sports composite 2025 rankings. Indiana basketball assistant coach Brian Walsh and Team and Recruiting Coordinator Jordan Hulls have been the leaders in his recruitment.

Mullins, who attends Greenfield-Central, will be heading into his junior season as one of the top in-state prospects regardless of class. During his sophomore season, Mullins averaged 16.9 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 2.6 steals per game. He also shot 58% from the field including 47% from three and had a 77% shooting rate at free throw line.

He played with Indiana Elite 2025 on the Adidas 3SSB circuit alongside fellow 2025 Indiana basketball targets Trent Sisley, Dezmon Brisoce and Malachi Moreno,

Listed at 6-foot-5, Mullins has a great combination of length, athleticism, bounce, and just an overall smooth flow to his game when he is on the floor. Mullins is especially good behind-the-arc where he can shoot off the catch or create off the dribble. His IQ and ability to create both on and off the ball is what makes his potential so high. A pretty versatile player overall that can be placed at nearly any spot right now and can produce.

Due to his success and overall improvement in his game over the summer, his recruitment has seen a major uptick as of late. Since mid-July, Mullins has received offers from high majors Virginia Tech, Iowa, Ball State, Notre Dame and most recently Cincinnati. Schools such as IUPUI, Indiana State, Miami (OH), Toledo, Valparaiso, Tulane, Kent State, Southern Indiana and Ohio have offered Mullins, as well.

Below are extended highlights of Braylon Mullins from earlier this Summer.

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