Hillsborough's Mitchell: Georgia still on his mind



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Thu. October 8, 2009 | Eduardo A. Encina

Hillsborough defensive back Terrence Mitchell just returned from the first official visit to Georgia last weekend and it seems like the Bulldogs are in the running after the visit.

"I've never seen anything like that place," Mitchell said earlier this week about the game atmosphere in Athens. He attended the Bulldogs' 20-13 loss to LSU. "It was great."

Mitchell said he spoke with former Plant standout Orson Charles, a Georgia tight end, during his visit.

"We talked about the school a lot," Mitchell said, "about how he really likes it there and the town."

Mitchell hasn't planned his next official visit, and he told UGaSports.com that he likely won't go on another until after the high school season is over.

"I am really looking at Georgia," Mitchell told UGaSports.com. "I like them a lot, and I am really considering them. Getting to know the players was the highlight, but I liked everything about it though."

-- EDUARDO A. ENCINA, Times staff writer

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