'Athletic freak' are two words that come to mind when thinking about three-star wide receiver Bryce Mitchell of Toledo Bowsher High School. All you have to see is a few snippets of Mitchell's senior year, from jumping over defenders, to going up over defenders to come down with a pass and stiff arming defenders on the way to the endzone, Mitchell stood out in the City League. Not only on the football field, but Mitchell continues to stand out on the basketball court too with electrifying dunks. At six-three, 200-pounds, Jason Candle and the Rockets likely want Mitchell to be an Alonzo Russell-like signee who can be a possession receiver and a major redzone threat. With Mitchell's vertical and rebounding skill in basketball, the sky is the ceiling at wide receiver for the local product.
Hometown Star Bryce Mitchell Signs with Toledo
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