One of the top freshmen in the Midwest who is having an impressive start to his high school career this season is Braylon Mullins. The 6’4” guard is currently averaging 11.2 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.8 steals, and 1.7 assists to help Greenfield Central High School (IN) out to a 15-7 record on the season. 

Even before suiting up in a high school uniform, Mullins had the attention of college coaches. Before the season in October, IUPUI offered him a scholarship. “It shows the work I put in and my talent. I also was very surprised getting the offer since I hadn’t even played a single high school game,” Mullins said about the offer. 

While Mullins has had an impressive freshmen season, it didn’t start that way. “It was a little rough at first, I didn’t realize how much faster and more physical the game was, but I’ve adjusted pretty well after the first four to five games of the season.”

When asked to describe his game, Mullins said “I’m a really good shooter and I have an all-around game. I can handle the ball, find open teammates, and rebound the ball.” Like many young players he would like to get stronger as well as improving his handling the ball under pressure and finishing with contact. 

With the one offer in hand, don’t be surprised to pick up more this spring while playing with Indiana Elite.