The school announced on Friday that Mitch plans to transfer after graduating.
"I have enjoyed my time at South Carolina and will graduate later this summer," said Mitch in a release. "I believe it's in my best interest to continue my playing career at another school. I'd like to thank all the Gamecock fans for their support during my time in Columbia."
Mitch began the 2015 season as South Carolina's starting quarterback, but a separated shoulder and a hip injury limited him to only two games.
The Raleigh, North Carolina, native was a three-star recruit in South Carolina's 2013 class, and he appeared in four games with the Gamecocks. As a graduate transfer, Mitch will be immediately eligible to play in 2016, and he has two years of eligibility remaining.
As for where he'll end up transferring to, your guess is as good as ours at this point.