UNC Basketball program extends offer to under the radar Class of 2025 prospect

This four-star talent is seeing his recruitment heat up, as the UNC basketball program has jumped into the mix.
NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament  - Practice Day - West Regional
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It's probably time that you learn the name Braylon Mullins.

The UNC basketball program has extended an offer to Mullins, a four-star talent from Greenfield, Indiana. At the moment, Mullins is ranked by 247Sports as the No. 6 overall player in the state of Indiana as well as the No. 95 ranked player nationally.

As his play on the court continues to elevate, the offers continue to come in. Mullins has absolutely crushed it on the AAU Circuit, as the Class of 2025 sharpshooter is averaging 19.4 points per game while shooting a staggering 56.4% from the floor, including a 48.4 three-point field goal percentage through thirteen games in Adidas 3SSB.

North Carolina isn't the only program to take notice of Mullins, as Purdue and Missouri (among others) have recently extended an offer as well.

You could never have enough shooting, as Mullins is quickly rising as one of the best overall shooters in his graduating class. After watching him compete this weekend, it makes total sense why the UNC basketball program has firmly jumped into the mix, as he's a player who the coaching staff believes can make a huge impact with his skillset.


Since this weekend's open recruiting period, the UNC basketball program's coaching staff has been very busy, especially with regard to recruiting the Class of 2025. Let's wait and see if any of these offers amount to anything come commitment time.