Clemson offers another 2018 prospect

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Teradja Mitchell - Linebacker
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Height: 6-2   Weight: 232   Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA (Bishop Sullivan Catholic HS)   Class: 2018
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Clemson has offered 2018 outside linebacker Teradja MitchellTeradja Mitchell
Outside Linebacker
6-2, 205
Virginia Beach, VA

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from Virginia Beach, VA according to his twitter account.

Mitchell plays at Bayside high school which has had top prospects such as Demetrius Nicholson, Taquan “Smoke” Mizell, and Quin Blanding. He is already a varsity performer at his high school as a freshman where his team finished the season with a 7-4 record. Some of the accolades after the season for him included All-Coastal conference LB and he was ranked among the Top 70 freshman in the country.

He has early offers from Clemson, North Carolina State, Virginia and Virginia Tech so far in his recruitment. Duke and Wake Forest have heavy interest in the 2018 prospect. The talented freshman grew up a big fan of the LSU Tigers.

An interesting side note is that he is the seventh child out of 11 in his family. Academics are good so far as he carries a 3.75 GPA and hopes to graduate early once he finishes his senior year of high school.

Clemson offered another 2018 linebacker last friday - Dax Hollifield from Shelby, N.C.

Thursday Update: Mitchell picked up an offer from East Carolina.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Teradja Mitchell Recruiting Profile
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