Cornerback Trayvon Sentell Mullen Jr. of the American Football League was born on September 20, 1997, and he is presently playing for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League.
After graduating from high school, Mullen became a highly sought-after cornerback and was listed by ESPN as the class’s number two cornerback.
He was also recognized as the number two cornerback in the class. Clemson was where he played all of his college football games. Regarding Mullen’s high moral character, ESPN has nothing but compliments to offer.
Mullen was offered scholarships to attend a number of different institutions, some of which included LSU, Florida State, and Alabama, among others.
Mullen made his decision to attend Clemson on national signing day, which is an annual event. Because of an injury, Mullen’s playing time at Clemson was restricted while he was a freshman there.
He finished the game with 15 tackles and one pass breakup. During his sophomore year, Mullen had a huge increase in playing time, as demonstrated by the fact that he collected 42 tackles, three interceptions, and seven pass breakups during 668 snaps distributed across 13 games, 12 of which he started.
After the conclusion of the season, the ACC presented Mullen with an Honorable Mention honour for his efforts throughout the competition.
After the conclusion of the 2018 season, Mullen made the decision to skip his senior year of college and instead enter his name into the 2019 NFL Draft.
Tiawan, the younger of the two brothers, also plays cornerback sports for Indiana University. He is the only one of the two.
Lamar Jackson, the starting quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens, is Mullen’s cousin.
How Many Siblings Does Trayvon Mullen Have?
According to reports, Mullen has a younger brother who also plays cornerback sports for Indiana University. He is the only brother and goes by the name Taiwan Muller.