In the National Football League, Trayvon Mullen represents the United States as a professional football player. He participates for the Arizona Cardinals as a cornerback. He is 91 kilograms and 1.88 meters tall. His high school was Coconut Creek. Following his high school graduation, he played NCAA football for the Clemson Tigers at Clemson University.
He played for the Tigers from 2016 until 2018. In his limited playing time as a rookie, he made 15 tackles and one pass breakup. As a sophomore, he played in a lot more games and finished with 42 tackles, three interceptions, and seven pass breakups on 668 snaps. After the 2018 season, he made a decision to bypass his senior year and enter the 2019 NFL Draft.
During the 2019 NFL Draft’s second round, the Oakland Raiders selected Mullen. He became the first player of the 2020 season to intercept a pass, doing it in Week 11’s 35-31 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. In 2021, he began the season at cornerback alongside Casey Hayward.
In Week 4, he suffered a foot injury, which led to his placement on injured reserve on October 9, 2021. In the month of December 2021, he was reinstated. After hurting his toe in Week 14 of the 2021 season, he was placed on injured reserve. In August 2022, he was exchanged by the Raiders for the Arizona Cardinals.
Who Are Trayvon Mullen Parents?
Trayvon Mullen is the son of Trayvon Mullen Sr. and mother Lucretia Peter man. His parents are one of his biggest fan.