At 6-2 and 185-pounds, wide receiver and defensive back Malcolm Mitchell attended the Florida junior day with his mother. He currently holds offers from Georgia, Florida and Alabama.
"It was a great experience," Mitchell said. "They have a great program set up for more than just on the field but off the field as well."
The facilities are among the best in the country and they once again did not disappoint.
"I loved the weight room. Inside my head I was like this would be a wonderful place to be. I got to talk to Coach White and Coach Heater the most and we had good chemistry and were laughing together and stuff."
Mitchell Back from Gainesville Junior Day
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