On Monday, Oregon State dished out their fourth offer of the 2020 class, when they extended a scholarship to Mount Si High School (Washington) play-maker Jabe Mullins, according to the program’s official Twitter account.
This is a big one, we are very excited to announce that Jabe Mullins has received his first PAC-12 offer from Wayne Tinkle and the staff of Oregon State University❗️❗️ #GoBeavs ◼️ pic.twitter.com/qI40D6NqPp— Mount Si Basketball (@mountsihoops) June 3, 2019
A 6’ 5”, 180-pound guard, Mullins joins Canadian prospect Addison Patterson, Maryland swingman Ché Evans, Jr. and California forward Terren Frank as the other current targets in the Beavers 2020 class. The offer for Mullins is his first from the Pac-12, but adds to a long list of schools in pursuit of him, that includes Colorado State, Dartmouth, Eastern Washington, Montana, South Dakota and UC-Santa Barbara.
Mullins averaged 18.9 points, 7.4 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game during the 2018-2019 season, helping Mount Si to a 26-3 campaign that ended in a WIAA 4A State Final loss to Gonzaga Prep. He is known for being a solid shooter with a knack for scoring, who also seems to find himself a step ahead of his opponents at the high school level.