On Wednesday, the Butler Bulldogs received good news in the form of a commitment. Class of 2019 forward John-Michael Mulloy, a native of Carmel, Indiana, committed to the Bulldogs.
Committed.. #godawgs ⚪️ pic.twitter.com/Ts7hUIc0tL— John Michael Mulloy (@JM_Mulloy44) September 6, 2017
Mulloy is the first commitment for the ‘Dawgs in the class of 2019 recruiting cycle. In addition, he’s the first player to commit to Butler since the hiring of new head coach LaVall Jordan this past summer. At this point in time, they are the first Big East school to get a class of 2019 commit as well.
At the moment, Mulloy is unranked on 247Sports and a few other recruiting websites.
He isn’t the only 2019 forward that Butler is chasing at the moment. 4-stars Trayce Jackson-Davis and Malik Hall are also currently on BU’s radar. They currently have four open spots left for 2019 (assuming everything holds together with their current crop of players).