The Tigers came in at No. 2, with Mullen saying the list is in order. Florida State claimed the top spot, with several other programs from four different conferences. He tweeted out the complete list.
The Tigers have long been considered one of the team's to beat for Mullen. Defensive backs coach Corey Raymond first offered him last summer. He's taken several visits since, and the Coconut Creek, Fla., prospect has a tight relationship with current LSU corner Kevin Toliver.
LSU expects to host him again this spring or summer, and another visit would boost the Tigers already high optimism.
Mullen hasn't laid out a definitive timeframe for his commitment. With so many schools in the mix, Mullen may opt to wait until after his senior season and a full set of official visits.
He earned an invite to The Opening last month at the Miami regional. He's also committed to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, so that's on the table for a possible announcement.
LSU currently has one corner committed in the nation's No. 1 Saivion Smith. The Tigers also hold commitments from projected safeties Cameron Lewis and Clifford Chattman. Mullen is one of LSU's top corner targets along with in-state four-star Kristian Fulton.
Mullen sported an LSU backpack at The Opening Regional: Miami