At Princeton — 2015: ranked second in the Ivy League with 91 tackles, one short of the Ivy high … earned second-team All-Ivy League honors in his second season as a starting free safety … had five games with double-digit tackles, including season high 15 against Yale … had 11 solo tackles, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery in victory over Lehigh … recorded three sacks and three pass breakups during the season … never had fewer than nine tackles in any of his final six games … earned the Poe-Kazmaier Trophy, the top award given to a Princeton football player. 2014: ranked sixth in the Ivy League — and second among all Ivy League underclassmen — with 7.6 tackles per game … ranked in the Ivy League Top 10 in passes defensed … moved from nickel corner to free safety and started all 10 games … finished second on the team with 76 tackles and first with six pass breakups … had three games with at least 12 tackles, including 13 apiece against Harvard and Penn … had three pass breakups, an interception and an 85-yard fumble return to go along with 13 tackles in 22-17 win over Penn; had at least five tackles in eight games … had eight tackles and a sack in Ivy-opening road win at Columbia. 2013: led all Princeton freshmen and ranked sixth on the team with 43 tackles as the nickel linebacker … ranked fourth among all Ivy League freshmen in tackles … recorded three pass breakups, 2.5 tackles for loss, two sacks, an interception, a forced fumble and a quarterback hurry during Princeton's Ivy League championship season … named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after recording eight tackles and one forced fumble in 38-17 comeback win at Brown … had season-best 12 tackles, including eight solo stops, and one breakup in win over Yale … had six tackles in collegiate debut against nationally ranked Lehigh … recorded an interception and a sack in win over Georgetown.
At Streetsboro — earned all-state honors at both defensive back and running back … two-time all-league honoree … named Defensive Player of the Year in his district during senior season … five-time Player of the Week over last two seasons … rushed for 2,200 yards and 27 touchdowns while making 70 tackles and seven interceptions senior season; rushed for 1,500 yards and 27 touchdowns junior year … led team to state playoffs for first time in 20 years and second in program history … played in the Ohio North/South All-Star Game … two-time captain for football, basketball and track teams … four-time all-league honoree in track … won titles in both track and basketball … Academic All-State selection … member of the National Honor Society.
Personal — born Jan. 26, 1995 … son of Caroline and Robert Mullally … mother works for a lighting company; stepfather works for a printing company … has a brother Chris and a sister Shania … Chris played two years of football at Lake Erie College … enjoys crime/mystery shows and brain teasers.