Ever since he stepped on campus as a freshman two years ago, Malcolm Mitchell has been a staple in Georgia's offense and a favorite target of QB Aaron Murray. The speedster has averaged over 14 yards a catch with eight touchdowns over his first two seasons in Athens, including a 71 yard touchdown catch against Tennessee. He often becomes the most dangerous player on the field and is a handful for SEC defenses.

Mitchell's blazing speed and versatility make him a coveted prospect. He is a legitimate deep threat and can stretch the field, allowing others to also make plays. Mitchell even spent the first four games of last season at cornerback until Mark Richt desperately needed him to revive the offense. He can also return kicks and punts, as well as being a threat on reverses or triple options. Mitchell is a Percy Harvin-type player who will excel in the proper scheme. He needs the ball in his hands and is a threat to score from anywhere on the field.