Nick Saban and Alabama were the first to offer then it was the Florida Gators followed by the Georgia Bulldogs and Auburn Tigers.
Not only will the nation's top teams battle for Malcolm Mithchell's services, but within the coaching staff of the team that signs him will have its own battles. Mitchell could very well find himself on either side of the ball at the next level at the wide receiver position or the safety position. He is a very unselfish type of player and the kind of person that you want on your football team.
Malcolm Mitchell is a very high character kid on and off the field making him even more attractive to some of the Nation's top programs. He has only begun to scratch the surface of his potential.
Mitchell will ultimately end up on the offensive side of the ball at the next level. He is to good with the ball in the air. He makes great adjustments and has fantastic concentration. Mitchell elevates to meet the ball with arms extended at its highest point. He has great acceleration, vision and balance and is one of the most underrated players in the Southeast.
Mitchell on the recruiting process:
"I know it's a busy process having to keep in contact with a lot of different people and everyone is pretty much recruiting me the same. Now that basketball is over I will get out more."
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