Three-star cornerback Mumu Bin-Wahad has been a lockdown defensive back for Grayson High School in Loganville, Georgia this season, and against Brookwood High School on Friday, he made his impact on special teams too.
In addition to his five tackles on defense, Bin-Wahad returned a Brookwood kickoff about 85 yards for a touchdown — showing off his speed and power with the ball in his hands.
HUGE return by @TheMumuBinWahad❗️👀
— SBLive Georgia (@SBLiveGA) October 23, 2021
Despite a loss to Brookwood, Grayson is 6-3 so far this season and has moved into the Top 12 of Georgia Class 7-A football. Bin-Wahad has been a major reason why Grayson has been successful this season.
In nine games as a senior, Bin-Wahad has racked up 28 tackles (23 solo), five tackles for loss, a quarterback pressure, five passes defended and two interceptions. Along with Friday’s kickoff return touchdown.
West Virginia is getting a big-time player in Grayson's (GA) @TheMumuBinWahad.
Dude is one of the best cornerbacks in the country. pic.twitter.com/XzNmM90gQK
— Zack Poff (@Zack_Poff_MP) September 29, 2021
According to 247Sports, Bin-Wahad is rated as the 820th-ranked recruit in the nation (63rd-ranked cornerback and 82nd-ranked recruit from Georgia). Rivals rates him as the 62nd-ranked cornerback and the 70th-ranked recruit from Georgia.