"I'm going to USC's Rising Senior Camp next week," said Mitchell. "I get stuff from UCLA and Cal all the time. I like them because they're close to home."
Mitchell excels at both receiver and safety but, with his size, it looks like the secondary is where his future is. "It really doesn't matter to me where I play," said Mitchell. "I really like safety with my size and kind of prefer there."
Mitchell, rated a four-star safety by Scout.com, said that his four leaders are the schools that have offered, but the Trojans have a slight edge amongst the schools who haven't offered. "I went to their Junior Day and really liked it there," said Mitchell.
Mitchell said he didn't want to make an early decision. "I want to see all of my offers and go through the whole process. I want to take all five of my trips."
This weekend, Mitchell is one of the headliners at the B2G Elite Football Program in Thousand Oaks.
Mitchell did track this season for Muir, running the 4x400m relay and doing both the high and long jump. As a junior, he recorded a team leading 110 tackles, and was an all-league pick.
Academically, he said his GPA was fine and said he was just waiting for a good SAT score.