"He'll definitely play offense, defense; he'll play some special teams, too," coach Mark Richt said of the player who led Georgia in receiving yards per game last season. "He will more than likely will return a punt or two and he might even return a kick. I'm not sure on that part. He'll play in all three phases of the game."
Mitchell, who is set to be one of Georgia's starting cornerbacks, was a big part of the offense in 2011, as he caught 45 passes for 665 yards and four touchdowns.
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