What that means for their availability for the Bulldogs’ next game against South Carolina a week from Saturday remains to be seen.
“There is an outside chance, but I think it’s still too early to tell,” Bobo said. “Right now, I would say no, but the first of next week could change some things.”
It was the first time Mitchell has been on the practice field during the open portion for the media since undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on July 31.
Scott-Wesley is coming off an ankle sprain. Both players missed the win over Clemson Saturday. Scott-Wesley was already suspended for the game.
Wide receiver Chris Conley, who played Saturday, was in a non-contact jersey Tuesday. He has been dealing with a shoulder injury. Tailback Brendan Douglas also was in a non-contact jersey for an undisclosed injury.