WITH SIGNING DAY over, we look into the Crystal Ball and see what we expect to see in December: the…
Future Beav part of Parade All-American team
In the CIF-SS quarterfinals, he grabbed 19 catches for 303 yards and three touchdowns in Thousand Oaks game against Oaks Christian.
Mullaney was listed among the 28 additional reserve selections to the first team.
He is ranked by Scout.com as a three-star prospect and the No. 59 receiver prospect in the nation.
,br> The Parade All-America team annually honors the top high school football players in the country. Previous team members include Peyton Manning, Emmitt Smith and Randy Moss.
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