"It was nice," Mitchell said. "I enjoyed being with the players and I liked the environment. I got to spend a lot of time with all of the coaches and they were real fun to be around."
Mitchell had taken official trips to Nebraska, Colorado and Tennessee, and he has his last visit set up to Miami this weekend.
When asked which visit he liked the most out of the four he has taken, he replied, "LSU and Nebraska but LSU was better."
Les Miles picked up a commitment from one receiver over the weekend when Ricky Dixon gave his verbal pledge.
Did the Tigers' headman try to get Mitchell to pull the trigger?
"He did but I told him I was going to wait until signing day to make my decision," Mitchell said. "He said that was fine and that he would wait for me."
The last few times Tiger Rag spoke with Mitchell he told us that LSU was his clear-cut leader.
After his official visit is that still the case?
"They are I'm just going to wait to announce my decision," he said.
Mitchell talks about official visit to LSU
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