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At Rupp Arena at Central Bank Center, the mascot of the Kentucky Wildcats claps during the second half of the team’s game versus the Mississippi Rebels. Jordan Prather of USA Today Sports / Jordan Prather of USA Today Sports is required to be credited.

The Kentucky basketball coaching staff, led by Mark Pope, is still considering individuals in the 2025 class. They believe they have identified a player who will thrive in their system.
Coach Pope contacted and made an offer to Braylon Mullins, a four-star shooting guard in the 2025 class, yesterday. Mullins is ranked 75th in the class by the 247Sports composite rankings.
The composite rankings take into account all of the big recruiting websites’ rankings. On 247Sports personal rankings of the 2025 class, Mullins is ranked as the 24th best player in the class. ESPN’s rankings have Mullins super low, which is why he isn’t ranked high in the composite rankings.
Mullins has offers from Kansas, Creighton, Tennessee, Alabama, Michigan, and North Carolina in addition to the Wildcats, and his offer list is chock-full of top-tier institutions.
In Coach Pope’s scheme, the 6’5 guard is a knockdown shooter and has the ideal frame to play the two. Because of his ability to grab, shoot, and pass the ball when he lacks an open look from deep, Mullins was almost built for Coach Pope’s system.
Mullins has not yet committed to Kentucky, but he is rapidly rising through the ranks and is a player Coach Pope will work very hard to recruit. The staff’s next move is to arrange for Mullins to pay a visit to the university. Big Blue Nation should keep Mullins in mind as Coach Pope continues to scout for the 2025 class.

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