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Georgia might not have named a starting quarterback yet, but whoever it is will have one sure-handed receiver to target.
Bulldogs senior receiver Malcolm Mitchell showed off some impressive pass-catching skills via his Instagram account on Tuesday, posting two videos of him catching passes with a notable degree of difficulty -- while laying on the ground.
The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Bulldog caught footballs from a JUGS machine one-handed, two-handed and in various positions. It's quite impressive.
Mithcell's video bares close resemblance to skills shown by former LSU receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry, who both recently posted videos of themselves making similar catches. On Mitchell's first video, he paid homage to the SEC products and current NFL pass-catchers by tagging them with the caption "much respect and thank you for showing the way."
These skills are certain to impress even those two:
A video posted by Malcolm Mitchell (@money_mitch26) on
Can your favorite receiver do this?
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