2025 four-star guard Braylon Mullins continues to prove why he is one of the best players in the entire state. In Greenfield-Central’s 54-46 win over the Yorktown Tigers, the Indiana basketball target dropped a game-high 24 points.
HoosierIllustrated.com was in attendance to see the talented shooting guard go off. Indiana assistant coach Brian Walsh was also in attendance to check out the stock-rising guard, as well.
Mullins, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard, is currently averaging 25.4 points, 6.7 rebounds, 2.3 assists, and 2.9 rebounds per game according to MaxPreps. He is currently rated as the No. 61 overall player in the 2025 247Sports Composite Rankings. He will return to play for Indiana Elite 2025 on the Adidas 3SSB circuit next season alongside fellow 2025 Indiana basketball targets Trent Sisley and Malachi Moreno.
He has visited Indiana basketball multiple times within the past few months with his most recent visit coming at Hoosier Hysteria in October. He took an unofficial visit back in September. Along with Indiana basketball, Mullins has offers from Iowa, Notre Dame, Cincinnati, Butler, Virginia Tech, and much more.
Below are the the highlights of 2025 four-star guard Braylon Mullins plus a few scouting notes.
Mullins once again showed why he is without question one of the very best guards in the state with his 24-point performance in the Courgars’ 54-46 win over the Yorktown Tigers. He played both on and off the ball a ton here and when on the ball, I thought he did an extremely good job of attacking the basket using his fluidity, bounce, and athleticism to score through the defense and make plays at the rim or find the space for a pull-up jumper. Off the ball, he did a great job of getting off his defender using screens and quickness to set up an open look, especially from behind-the-arc. His jumper is one of the more pure jumpers I have seen out of any player in the 2025 class and Mullins is proving to be much more than just a ‘shooter” because this four-star guard can absolutely play with the very best. His length, athleticism, scoring ability, and IQ are a dangerous combination.
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