Three-year starter who completed 63.3 percent of his passes in 2016, throwing for 3,272 yards and 24 touchdowns with 11 interceptions. Named Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year as a junior after accumulating 4,476 yards and 38 touchdowns, completing 63.5 percent of his passes and throwing 12 interceptions. Tossed 12 touchdowns against nine interceptions in 2014, racking up 2,470 passing yards. Completed 49.3 percent of his passes and threw 14 interceptions compared to 13 touchdowns as a true freshman, making six starts.
Solid college quarterback with limited size and arm strength for the next level. Patient in the pocket, sells ball fakes and is always in control of the situation. Scans the field searching for the open wideout, spreads the ball around and uses all his targets. Patiently waits for receivers to come open, displays good field vision and puts touch on throws when necessary.
Lacks the arm strength necessary to drive passes down the field or quickly get out routes to the intended target. Throws a heavy ball and is widely inaccurate when he tries to put extra velocity on passes.
Mullens was a terrific quarterback on the college level and displayed a good feel for the position but lacks the physical skills for Sunday football.