Dorsey linebacker Robert Mullins (6-2, 210, 4.5) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey is one of the West's best linebacker prospects. He's a lethal hitter who causes turnovers. He has two offers on the table and will undoubtedly have a lot more before the spring is over.
Mullins received his first offer from Ole Miss, a school that ever since Ed Orgeron took over the helm has constantly been ahead of the curve recruiting athletes from Southern California.
The second offer from Mullins is from Arizona, another school that does a great job with their early evaluations.
"I was surprised with the Arizona offer," Mullins said. "Everything is going so fast. I'm very thankful for everything."
"I wanted to go to UCLA's junior day, but something came up," Mullins said. "I do plan on going to USC's junior day on April 2nd. As of right now, USC's junior day will be the only one I'm going to."
Currently Mullins top schools are Arizona, USC, UCLA, Oregon, Stanford, Washington State, Ole Miss and Texas.
As a junior, Mullins was an all-city selection after racking up 155 tackles, five sacks, five forced fumbles and two picks, one of his interceptions he brought back to the house.
In an earlier interview with head coach Paul Knox and defensive coordinator Ralph Caldwell they had the following praises for their linebacker.
"Robert is a great player and will be one of our leaders," Dorsey coach Paul Knox said. "He's aggressive, coachable and an all-around good football player."
Dorsey defensive coordinator Ralph Caldwell had even higher praise for his linebacker protégé.
"Robert is the best linebacker I have had in my 13 years at Dorsey high school," Caldwell said. "He's one of those guys who comes around every 15 years or so, like Stafon Johnson.
"I've coached several players who have gone off and played on the NFL and college levels," Caldwell said. "Robert is the best of all of them."
"Robert is a great kid and a hard worker," Caldwell said. "The more you push him the harder he works."
"Robert has all the signs of a great player meaning he doesn't take getting chewed out or coached personally," Caldwell said. "He learns from it and applies what he's learned to the football field."
"Plus Robert is a great athlete," Caldwell said. "He also plays basketball and runs track and is a 23-foot long jumper."