Texas A&M has been officially named to the “Final Four” for one of the nation’s top defensive line prospects in 2023, Sydir Mitchell, with its final roster including GeorgiaMiami, Texasand Texas A&M. Mitchell is entering his senior season at Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell, New Jersey, with the goal of choosing to play in one of the top programs in the nation.
The Aggies have been very interested in Mitchell since last summer, offering him on July 11, 2020, and after a productive junior season where he racked up 40 tackles 4.5 tackles for loss and 2 sacks on the season, offers have begun. to accumulate.
Mitchell’s recruiting journey reached the finish line in mid-June, making official visits to Georgia on May 20, Texas A&M on June 3, Miami on June 10 and Texas on June 17, the Longhorns having the most momentum as it currently stands.
In a brief scouting report from national recruiting analyst for 247Sports, Brian DohnDohn describes Mitchell’s ability as a player:
Ideal size and length for the defensive tackle. Works well in the hands and understands leverage. Has natural strength. The traits exist to be a run stop in the middle. Play with a low center of gravity. Strong and has natural power. Does well on the line of scrimmage. Shows an ability to stack and throw. Manipulate the torso through the gaps. Will benefit greatly as it matures and adds lower body strength. Attended a varsity action as part of the North Jersey High Performance Program.
With his announcement scheduled for Sunday, July 3 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern, 5:30 p.m. Central, which will air on CBS Sports HQ, Sydir Mitchell will continue to make one of the biggest decisions for his football and his education. coming.
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