June 24, 2024

Major Recruiting Weekend: Braylon Mullins, Trent Sisley, Malachi Moreno Set Official Visits to Indiana Together

Indiana University is gearing up for a significant recruiting event this fall as nationally recognized prospects Malachi Moreno, Trent Sisley, and Braylon Mullins, all teammates on the unbeaten Indiana Elite AAU team, are scheduled to make official visits to IU together.

The trio from Indiana Elite has arranged their official visits to IU for the weekend of September 20-22.

Mullins, Sisley, and Moreno have been instrumental in driving Indiana Elite to an undefeated spring season. This joint visit marks a notable development for IU, hosting all three Indiana Elite teammates on official visits simultaneously.

Moreno, a 7-foot center from Great Crossing (KY) High School, is nationally ranked No. 27 by 247Sports.

Sisley, a 6-foot-7 forward from Heritage Hills, holds a national ranking of No. 60.

Major recruiting weekend: Braylon Mullins, Trent Sisley, Malachi Moreno set  Indiana official visits together

Mullins, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard from Greenfield-Central, is presently ranked No. 93 nationally but is anticipated to see a significant rise in the rankings upon their next release later this month. Moreno brings a modern approach to the center position, demonstrating abilities to play facing the basket, rebound, protect the rim, and exhibit impressive floor-running skills, occasionally even dribbling the ball.

Sisley, a versatile forward, possesses a range of skills impacting team success. He excels in making three-pointers, as highlighted by a recent performance where he went 4-for-5 from beyond the arc. In addition to his scoring prowess, he contributes in rebounding, defense, and showcases notable toughness, capable of guarding multiple positions effectively. One standout display of Sisley’s abilities was when he effectively shut down elite point guard Mikel Brown.

Braylon Mullins has seen a significant rise in stock during the spring, as observers have recognized his athleticism and capacity for making three-pointers consistently.

What sets Mullins apart is not just his ability to make three-pointers but the efficiency and volume at which he does so. Competing on a shoe circuit, Mullins has recorded games with eight, six, and five made three-pointers, despite opposition teams focusing their defensive efforts on stopping him.

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