Data Scout Notes: 2013: NA...PThorpe/PNagurski...2012: HMC
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10/14/14 - CB Terrance Mitchell, a seventh-round draft pick this year of the Dallas Cowboys, was elevated to the 53-man roster and the Bears waived LB Terrell Manning.
09/01/14 - CB Terrance Mitchell was one of only two draft picks that were cut by the Cowboys. But linebacker Will Smith was signed to the practice squad. Mitchell wasn't brought back to the practice squad after a rough training camp where his talent didn't match his effort.
05/11/14 - A closer look at the Cowboys' picks: Round 7/254 -- Terrance Mitchell, CB, 5-11, 192, Oregon...The Cowboys had little contact with Mitchell during the draft process. But they like his size and potential. He intercepted seven passes and totaled 32 passes defended during three seasons at Oregon. - The Sports Xchange
04/17/14 - Five players who should be on the Indianapolis Colts' draft radar: CB Terrence Mitchell, Oregon: At 5-foot-11, 192 pounds, Mitchell sports a solid frame as well as the physicality and tenacity to make the jump to the NFL. He's a gamble, as Mitchell occasionally extends his arms to slow down receivers but he's athletic, instinctive and a big play candidate who stepped up in 2013 to snare a career-high five interceptions. - Rob Rang, The Sports Xchange
01/03/14 - Cornerback Terrance Mitchell to enter NFL draft, forgo senior season...Oregon junior cornerback Terrance Mitchell will forgo his senior season to enter the NFL draft in hopes of earning a job that's "always been a dream of mine," he said Thursday evening. Mitchell had five interceptions as a junior. In a phone interview, Mitchell said he had spoken with Oregon secondary coach John Neal about his decision. With Nick Aliotti retiring as defensive coordinator after Oregon's 30-7 Alamo Bowl victory, Mitchell said he was not influenced by the prospect of a new coordinator, nor was he waiting to hear whether fellow junior cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu would stay or leave early. "Being at Oregon was great," Mitchell said. "Since I've been here we won big-time bowls and accomplished a lot, 38 games starting, I felt like I accomplished a lot and it was time to go to the next thing."
Though he requested an evaluation by the NFL draft board, Mitchell said he did not read much into a review he did not consider favorable. "It wasn't a fair evaluation," he said. "It came back in like a week and they didn't have time to break down film. They didn't get chance to really dissect what was real. I've been an underdog my whole life. "In my opinion I'm just focused on going out and when I'm lined up with all the other DBs in the country just to go show what I can do and put show on like I did coming out of high school. ... I just always have a chip on my shoulder ever since I came into college as a three star. I know the NFL is full of three-stars (players)." - Andrew Greif, The Oregonian