When Trayvon Mullen released a list of 13 schools on Monday, UGA was nowhere to be found.
According to the 4-star cornerback, things could’ve been different had the Bulldogs continued to pursue him.
“They just laid off,” Mullen told DawgNation.com. “If a school isn’t consistent with me, I won’t be consistent with them.”
The 6-foot-1, 172-pound senior from Coconut Creek High School (Fla.) told DawgNation.com that his relationship with UGA was a bit different a few months back. He attended UGA’s Dawg Night prospect camp in July and raved about defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt.
“I was considering them before,” Mullen said. “I like coach Pruitt and I love the way he teaches the game. He has a great history. I’ve talked to his players and they told me he’s a great coach and he develops his players. I was really considering them.”
Mullen included several other SEC programs on his narrowed down list, most notably Florida and LSU.
He is rated as the No. 6 player in Florida, and the No. 3 cornerback in the country.