Downers Grove South's Bryan Mullins Could Explode Nationally
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Downers Grove South’s Bryan Mullins Could Explode Nationally This Summer

Brian Stinnette
March 26, 2004

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Downers Grove point guard Bryan Mullins is drawing heavy interest Division I programs from all over the United States. Mullins, who plays on the AAU circuit for the Illinois Wolves, should be able to solidify his position as a high major player with a solid showing this summer.

Mullins, who stands 6-1, is one of the purest point guards in the state of Illinois. He is an outstanding ballhandler with superb court vision. Mullins is tremendous ball distributor who seems to always put the ball exactly where it is supposed to be.

Mullins is a gritty competitor on the court, and one of the toughest on-the-ball defenders in Illinois. Opponents never enjoy matching up against Mullins.

A number of outstanding basketball programs are scheduled to make the trek down to Downers Grove to meet with Mullins in April including Connecticut, Stanford, Purdue, Rutgers, Illinois, Nebraska, Clemson, Ohio State, Tulane, Mississippi and Baylor.

Mullins already has a long list of scholarship offers. Southern Illinois, Illinois State, Ball State, Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wisconsin-Green Bay, New Mexico, Wyoming, Northern Illinois, Western Illinois, Western Michigan, Drake, Davidson, North Carolina-Wilmington, and Texas-El Paso have all offered.

Mullins will take some unofficial visits in May and June. After the ABCD Camp, and the July tournaments Mullins will make a list of schools and set up official visits for September and October.

Mullins could be in position to explode nationally as a prospect playing for Illinois Wolves. The Wolves who also feature Bobby Frasor (Chicago Brother Rice) and Sead Odzic (Niles West) figure to be one of the top 17-U AAU teams in the United States, and one of the hottest attractions for college recruiters.