One of the key returning playmakers on offense for the Hebron Hawks made his college decision on Friday. Hebron wide receiver Jaren Mitchell took to Twitter to announce his commitment to the BYU Cougars.
— Jaren Mitchell (@JarenMitchell_8) June 9, 2017
The three-star receiver chose BYU over other offers from Utah State and Colorado State among others.
The three-star receiver was a first-team all-district selection in 2016 and also the team’s leading receiver, finishing with 69 catches for 969 yards and eight touchdowns. He provides a speedy option in the slot for the Cougars when he gets to campus.
Mitchell becomes the 12th commit and the third Texan in BYU’s 2018 recruiting class. Katy running back Josh Oglesby and former LSU commit and Somerset quarterback Zadock Dinkelmann both committed last month.
Mitchell will look to build off a strong junior season as he and junior Trejan Bridges create a dynamic receiving duo for Hebron. The Hawks are looking to take another step forward in 2017 after finishing 8-4 before falling in the area round to Duncanville.
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