It didn't take long to get wide
receiver Chris Mitchell's one indisputable impression from his visit to the
"That was the coldest I have ever been in my life," Mitchell said.
Visiting on a weekend shortly
after a small snow, the air was crisp, the wind chilling and the
That might seem a little ironic
in that he visited not very long ago the Colorado Buffaloes, but he said
But it wasn't weather Mitchell came to see or even feel. It was the team, the atmosphere, the coaches and anything else you could analyze to figure out where the team stood in respect to what he had seen and heard already.
How did they do?
"I'd say it was a seven out of eight," Mitchell said. "I liked the practice they had, I like the offense, because they like to throw the ball and I really like coach (Jay) Norvell."
"The only thing I didn't like was that it was just so cold."
That begs the question about
weather and because it was an apparent factor now, would it be a factor down the
road, especially with visits to warmer climates coming up like
"Yeah, it's a factor," Chris said. "I'm looking at more than that, but I'd say it's a factor."
With his final visit to
As to where