Appeared in 13 games making nine starts, and was second on the team with 572 receiving yards on 40 catches and played on defense through the fourth game of the season...Recipient of the Charley Trippi Most Versatile Player award...Caught four passes for 40 yards vs. No. 2 Alabama...Led the team with 88 yards receiving on three catches vs. Georgia Tech...Caught two passes for 39 yards and a score vs. Georgia Southern; also returned two kickoffs for 49 yards...Had a team-high five catches for 47 yards and a touchdown at Auburn...Had three catches for 55 yards, including a 42-yard TD catch vs. Ole Miss.Led the team with five catches for 74 yards, including a 45-yard TD catch in the fourth quarter to extend Georgia's lead vs. No. 3 Florida...Tied career-high with nine catches for 103 yards at Kentucky...Grabbed three catches for 52 yards at No. 6 South Carolina and returned two kickoffs for a total of 71 yards, including a long of 48 yards...Had four catches for 31 yards vs. Tennessee and had two kickoff returns, the first of his career...Had five tackles vs. Vanderbilt...Had a fumble recovery vs. Florida Atlantic...Sat out the Buffalo game with an ankle injury...Named to SEC Coaches' Preseason All-SEC Third Team (WR)...Spent time at cornerback during spring practice...Recipient of the Neel Family Scholarship.
All-Freshman Third Team by Phil Steele...Freshman All-SEC by SEC Coaches and All-SEC Third Team by Phil Steele...One of team's Newcomer of the Year Award recipients (offense)...Appeared in 11 games making nine starts catching 45 passes for 665 yards and four TDs; missed Vanderbilt, Florida and New Mexico State games due to hamstring injury...Ranked fourth in the SEC in receiving (60.5 yards per game) and fifth receptions per game (4.1)...Had a team-best seven receptions for 51 yards and caught a two-point conversion vs. No. 12 Michigan State in the Outback Bowl. Led team with 85 receiving yards on three catches including a 25-yard TD vs. No. 24 Auburn...Named to Phil Steele's mid-season All-SEC Second Team...Led team with 126 receiving yards on three receptions including a 71-yard catch at Tennessee...Led team with five receptions for 60 yards and a TD vs. Mississippi State...Three receptions for 93 yards at Ole Miss...Caught six passes for 43 yards and a TD vs. Coastal Carolina...In Bulldog debut vs. No. 5 Boise State, caught three passes for 64 yards and a TD and rushed for 18 yards on one carry...Recipient of the Charles G. Rood Football Scholarship.
Valdosta High School, coached by Rance Gillespie...Under Armour All-American...SuperPrep All-American and All-Dixie teams...PrepStar All-America team...2010 Atlanta Journal-Constitution #6 on Top 50 and Class AAAAA All-State team on offense...2010 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State team on offense...Ranked the 68th best prospect by Maxpreps.com...Four-Star prospect by ESPN.com...#45 overall prospect and #7 WR on the ESPNU 150... Scout.com Four-Star player, #90 overall prospect, #7 CB in the country, #6 player in Georgia... Rivals.com, Four-Star player, #1 CB, #30 overall in the country, 15th best player in Georgia...Region 1-AAAAA Player of the Year... Set a Valdosta HS single season reception record in 2010 with 77 catches for 1,419 yards and 7 TDs.
MALCOLM MITCHELL; Born: July 20, 1992; Major: Social Work.
08/19/2014 - Georgia's top NFL Draft-eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 3. WR Malcolm Mitchell, Redshirt Junior...Prior to the knee injuries, Mitchell was a dynamic athlete who struck fear into defenders. Splitting time between so many positions early in his career stunted his growth and most of his production at wideout came off of relatively simple routes. His production to this point (85 catches for 1,237 yards and eight touchdowns) speaks to his upside. Mitchell possesses the combination of size, agility, straight-line speed and ball-skills to re-emerge as Georgia's top pass-catcher but he 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. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com