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Malcolm Mitchell, WR

School: Georgia  |  Conference: SEC
College Experience: Junior  |  Hometown: Valdosta, GA
Height/Weight: 6-1 / 190 lbs.
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STRENGTHS: Possesses the combination of size, agility, straight-line speed and ball-skills to be an elite game-changer at the next level, but is a work in progress as a route-runner. He's explosive out of his breaks and is tough to tackle, showing not only elusiveness and vision but strength to fight through arm tackles and break away for the long score.

WEAKNESSES: Splitting time between so many positions early in his career stunted his growth as a receiver, and most of his production at wideout came off of relatively simple routes in his freshman and sophomore seasons.

COMPARES TO: AJ Green, Wide Receiver, Cincinnati Bengals - Mitchell's combination of size and elite athleticism remind many of another former Georgia standout in Green, who has gone on to be one of the NFL's best at the position. Mitchell will need to show rapid improvement as a route-runner though, considering his late start as a fully-committed wide receiver.

--ROB RANG

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03/26/2014 - Georgia junior wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell, recovering from a right knee injury that ended his 2013 season, will miss the remainder of spring practice after hurting his left leg. Georgia announced Saturday that Mitchell was injured during practice on Tuesday. Mitchell, regarded as Georgia's top receiver, tore the ACL in his right knee during a season-opening loss to Clemson. He had been exposed to only limited work in spring practice. Georgia director of sports medicine Ron Courson says Mitchell is still expected to have a full recovery by August, when the Bulldogs begin preseason drills. Mitchell had 40 catches for 572 yards and four touchdowns in 2012. - AP Sports
 

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