Aaron Mullins is one of the most overlooked players in the state of Kentucky, but Mullins has the size and the motor to be a solid defensive line prospect at the next level.
At 6-foot-2, 240-pounds, Aaron Mullins has great size for a defensive lineman at the high school level. He’ll obviously have to add weight and strength to compete at the next level, but that won’t be a problem with his work ethic.
“I want to make sure I give 110 percent every play and take no plays off,” said Mullins to SKP in May. Mullins play has caught the interest of a handful of programs, such as Kentucky, Cincinnati, Western Kentucky, Purdue, Bowling Green and Louisville. Now a west coast team has taken interest.
“(UCLA) said that they got my info and that they are going to be monitoring my senior season to see how I do,” said Mullins. “They told me what they had to offer,” said Mullins.
Mullins will lead the Tates Creek defense this year as they hope to improve on last season’s performance. Mullins had a good individual campaign, however. He had 50 tackles, 14 tackles for loss, eight sacks and three forced fumbles.