2005 point guard prospect Bryan Mullins continues to have a solid spring for the Illinois Wolves. A new Big Ten school is recruiting the 6-foot-0, 180-pound Mullins out of Downers Grove South (Ill.) High School as he prepares to lead his Wolves at the Tournament of Champions.
“Bryan is finishing up his Stanford application,” said his father and Wolves head coach Mike Mullins. “I’m sure it will be approved, and then he can set up a fall visit.”
“Bryan had a good tournament at Kingwood and more people are getting involved. Iowa is in on Bryan now.”
Offensively, the left handed Mullins specializes in penetrating and finding scores like his backcourt partner Bobby Frasor. Defensively, he specializes in pressuring the ball and locking down scores.
“In our tournament this past weekend, Bryan played against Kyle McAlarney, who had just committed to Notre Dame,” said Coach Mullins. “Bryan held him scoreless from the field. He only scored four points on free throws.”
At this point Mullins, who is the No. 127 ranked player in the class of 2005, has several mid-major offers, but no high majors have made an offer. The plan for now is to keep playing well and see what develops with the high majors during the late summer.