Adonai Mitchell Draft Profile, Scouting Report, NFL Combine Results (2024): Dynasty Fantasy Football Outlook

AD Mitchell has the makings of an elite outside receiver in the NFL.

Adonai Mitchell is a wide receiver who won two national titles at Georgia before transferring to Texas. AD Mitchell is expected to be a late-first or early-second-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. He is currently No. 11 overall (WR8) on our 2024 Dynasty Rookie Rankings & SuperFlex Big Board and will likely be a late-first-round selection in fantasy football dynasty rookie drafts.

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  • As a High School Prospect: Composite 4-Star, 383rd nationally (WR63)
  • Skillset & Traits: AD Mitchell is a natural athlete, boasting an impressive combination of size, speed, and athleticism. Despite facing 86 targets in 2023, he showcased consistent hands with just one drop, making him a reliable target on the field. With a remarkable average depth of target (aDOT) of 16.0, Mitchell demonstrates his ability to make plays downfield, especially excelling against single coverage with his superior route running skills, acceleration, and knack for winning off the line of scrimmage. Mitchell was an all-time CFP performer, scoring five touchdowns in four appearances.
  • Production: At Georgia and Texas, Mitchell totaled 93 receptions for 1,405 yards and 18 touchdowns (played four games due to injury in 2022)
  • NFL Combine Results: Height: 6’2” Weight: 205 lbs Arm: 32 3/8″ Hand: 9″



  • Natural athlete with a mix of size, speed, and athleticism
  • Consistent hands with only one drop on 86 targets in 2023
  • Can make plays downfield, as evidenced by his 16.0 aDOT
  • Big-bodied, red zone weapon as a true outside receiver
  • Lethal against single coverage and a better route runner than given credit for
  • Winner off the line of scrimmage and his acceleration gets him vertical in a hurry
  • Has two national championships and three College Football Playoff berths in three seasons
  • Clutch performer with five touchdown receptions in four CFP games


  • Would have liked more consistent production at the two powerhouse programs
  • Not much of a contested catch WR, even at his height
  • He could be better after the catch if he adds 10-15 lbs to his frame


Although AD Mitchell was a three-star on 247 and a consensus low four-star, he decided to sign with powerhouse Georgia and quickly made his mark the moment he stepped on campus.

As a true freshman, he started 12 of 15 games, securing 29 receptions for 428 yards and four touchdowns. He proved his was clutch by scoring in each of the team’s CFP games en route to his first national title.

As a sophomore, he only played four games due to a nasty high ankle sprain. He only posted nine receptions for 134 yards and three touchdowns, but once again, he made his presence felt in the CFP, where he scored against Ohio State and TCU.

Mitchell surprisingly left the back-to-back title winners to play with Quinn Ewers and Xavier Worthy at Texas. Mitchell and Worthy were Ewers’ 1A and 1B, and their games meshed well enough to lead the team to the CFP. During the season, he put up career-highs in receptions (55), yards (845), and touchdowns (11). He capped his career off with another CFP touchdown against Washington.


Adonai Mitchell scored the highest WR RAS Score from the 2024 NFL Combine with a 9.98.


The Quinn Ewers–Xavier Worthy–AD Mitchell trio was unstoppable this season, a significant reason for Texas’ College Football Playoff run. All Mitchell does is win, leaving college with two national titles at Georgia and a CFP berth at Texas.

Mitchell was lethal against single coverage, hauling six touchdowns against that coverage in 2023. At Georgia, Mitchell was used as a vertical burner, but his underrated route tree expanded, and he has the size advantage over his teammate Xavier Worthy.

Mitchell has the size and burners to be an auto-first down and big play waiting to happen in the NFL. Per PFF, 84.4% of his receptions went for a first down in 2023 (second-best in FBS). The ceiling is real, and it’s yet to be reached. Mitchell has the natural size and traits to become a consistent playmaker in the league.

AD Mitchell flourished under Todd Monken at Georgia and Steve Sarkisian at Texas — showing his ability to perform at the highest level under two of the greatest offensive minds in football.


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