Three-star linebacker Robert Mullins (6-2, 205) from Los Angeles Dorsey (Calif.) says he favors Oregon and California solidly over Florida State and Arizona State. All, except for the 'Noles, have offered.
"I still get mail from Florida State," Mullins, ranked as the No. 18 linebacker by Scout.com, said. "They just recently asked me for my transcript, so they may offer."
Mullins hasn't set up any official visits yet, but says he will be visiting Oregon in December. "I'll call them this week and set that up," Mullins said.
"I like that Oregon seems to improve each year and they always seem to have great players," Mullins said. "I haven't been up there yet, but I've heard a lot of good things about them. They are recruiting me the hardest. They call me regularly."
The other school that has really impressed Mullins is Cal. "They've had an impressive year," Mullins said. "They had a couple tough losses at the end (to Arizona and USC), but still did well. They did a good job despite their losses and they have really good coaches, so I think they'll do really well next year."
Although Mullins says that it's now mainly between these four schools, he says that he's still considering Stanford. "I'm still interested in them," Mullins said. "They are rebuilding and have a great program. I'm just not sure if I'm going to visit them or not."
Mullins missed his entire senior season rehabbing a hip injury he suffered last year. "My rehab is going well," Mullins said. "I still don't have full range of motion in my hip, but my strength is getting back there."
He reports a 3.4 core GPA and a 1370 (new version) SAT. Mullins said he will take the ACT in December.