Patrick Mullins is currently a forward for Columbus Crew SC. Mullins was drafted 11th overall by the New England Revolution in 2014, and helped the team reach the MLS Cup Final in his rookie year. After leaving New England, he went on to spend time with New York City FC and DC United. He made an immediate impact when he arrived in D.C. and set an MLS record during his time there, becoming the first player in league history to score four goals in one half.

Mullins spent his college career at the University of Maryland, making 92 appearances for the Terrapins. He tallied 47 goals during his time with the team, and was the Hermann Trophy award winner as the nation's top player in 2012 and 2013, becoming just the fourth male in NCAA history to win the award in consecutive years.