Asil Mulbah, Syracuse University's director of recruiting operations, announced Friday night that he was leaving for a position in the Bills scouting department. He did not indicate a specific role.
"Excited to announce that I have accepted a position in the Buffalo Bills Scouting Department," Mulbah wrote on Instagram. "I'd like to thank Coach Babers, the SU football staff, and the players for an amazing two seasons filled with memories I will cherish for the rest of my life."
Mulbah, a former Fordham linebacker whose playing career was cut short by injury, was hired by Syracuse in January 2016. According to his bio on Syracuse's website, Mulbah "oversees the program’s efforts to identify and attract top high school student-athletes. He maintains the program’s recruit database, develops schedules for official and unofficial visits, assists in creating social media plans to communicate with potential student-athletes, and monitors the academic progress of prospects."
Before Syracuse, he worked at Wake Forest and Bowling Green and spent the 2012 season with the Jacksonville Jaguars as a player personnel scouting assistant.