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Trayvon Mullen | Cornerback

Team: Clemson Tigers
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 195

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Clemson junior CB Trayvon Mullen (ankle) was suited up for pregame warmups ahead of Saturday's game against Wake Forest.
Mullen, who had his leg rolled up on during Clemson's Sept. 29 win over Syracuse. reportedly did not have any issues with the ankle during pregame. The junior is a key member of Clemson's secondary with regards to both talent and experience. Should Mullen be limited or unable to play freshman Kyler McMichael, who filled in for the junior against Syracuse, could be next in line. Oct 6 - 2:17 PM

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Clemson junior CB Trayvon Mullen left Saturday's game against Syracuse with an undisclosed injury.

Mullen, who is one of Clemson's most experienced cornerbacks, appeared to have his leg rolled up on by the team sideline. This injury is another blow to Clemson's depth at corner, as senior Mark Fields was suspended ahead of Saturday's game. While Mullen, whose status moving forward has yet to be announced, was being checked out by team trainers freshman Kyler McMichael entered the game as his replacement.
Sep 29 - 2:11 PM

ESPN's Andrea Adelson tagged Clemson junior CB Trayvon Mullen as the team's standout spring performer.

"Mullen, a former ESPN 300 prospect, seemed to hit his stride and earned praise from the coaching staff," Adelson writes. She believes the 6-foot-2, 180-pounder's emergence is made doubly important, as Clemson's secondary represents one of the few areas on the team that drops off a bit early on the depth chart. He picked off two passes during the Tigers' spring game. More substantively, Mullen registered 40 tackles and a trio of interceptions during the most recent campaign.
Source: ESPN.com
May 10 - 3:20 PM

Rivals recruiting director Mike Farrell believes that four-star CB Trayvon Mullen's choice to sign a NLI with Clemson instead of LSU "hurts [the Tigers] a bit."

Wrote Farrell, "Many signs pointed to LSU, who prides itself as DBU, in this one but Clemson went into Florida again and took a kid out many expected to go elsewhere." The 6-foot-2, 180-pounder out of Coconut Creek fits conveniently enough with the Tigers, as CB Mackenzie Alexander's fled for the draft. Indeed, HC Dabo Swinney indicated that had there not been draft defections on the squad, he would not have looked to lock up a defensive back in this class.
Source: rivals.com
Thu, Feb 4, 2016 11:25:00 PM

Four-star CB Trayvon Mullen signed with Clemson.

Mullen had been thought of as either a future Seminole or a future LSU Tiger, making his final decision to sign with Clemson something of a surprise. The 6-foot-2, 180-pounder checks in at No. 18 on the ESPN 300. He's their No. 2 corner prospect behind Florida State signee Levonta Taylor. Scout.com notes that Mullen's "explosive out of his breaks" thanks to his hip flexibility. He also has the size and length to hang with just about any receiver in a jump-ball situation, though he'll need to add some weight to that frame.
Wed, Feb 3, 2016 01:40:00 PM