|High School:||Luther Burbank HS|
2013 — The team's starting corner has been a key component on the defensive line, posting 16 tackles through the first four games . . . Had three solo and three assisted stops in the win over Cal ... Made three unassisted and one shared stops against Tennessee . . . Returned an interception during the Virginia matchup for a gain of 16 yards, in addtion to recording a pair of solo takedowns (four total).
2012 — One of four 13-game starters on defense is a top cover corner in the Pac-12 … Numbers slightly dipped as a sophomore as opponents hesitated to test his side of the field . . . Ranked third on the team in passes defensed (8) and ninth in tackles (40) to earn Pac-12 honorable mention plaudits ... Credited with personal-best eight tackles vs. both USC (four unassisted) and Stanford in addition to breaking up one pass in each . . . Posted five unassisted stops in win vs. Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl and claimed a trio of tackles in victories over Fresno State, Washington and Oregon State … Encountered his best success defending the pass with two breakups against both the Bulldogs and Washington State . . . Made two solo tackles and had one pass breakup in season-opening triumph vs. Arkansas State . . . Tested among program’s fastest defensive backs during off-season workouts, posting a 4.77 electronic 40-yard clocking.
2011 — Appeared in 14 games, starting 12 … Team-high 10 pass breakups … Ranked third among defensive backs with 45 tackles … Recorded five tackles, including four solo and forced a fumble in win over Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl … Had one interception, one breakup and four tackles in win over UCLA in the Pac-12 Championship Game … One breakup and five tackles in win vs. Oregon State … Made five tackles in loss vs. USC … Recorded two tackles and one pass breakup in victory at Stanford … Had three solo tackles, one forced fumble, which he recovered for a 9-yard gain in win at Washington … Career-long interception return of 36 yards to go along with four tackles, including one TFL for a 1-yard loss in win vs. Washington State … Also had one pass breakup vs. the Cougars, which was his fourth consecutive game with a breakup … One solo stop and two pass breakups in win vs. Arizona State … Had five tackles and one pass breakup in victory vs. Cal … Recorded one solo tackle for a 4-yard loss and two pass breakups in win at Arizona … Made two tackles vs. Missouri State … First career kickoff return for 24 yards and also had five tackles, including four solo tackles and 1.0 TFL for a 2-yard loss vs. Nevada … Also forced one fumble and had one pass breakup vs. the Wolf Pack … Had three stops in loss against LSU … Cleared 33.5 inches in the vertical leap ranking second among his position. Finished third in both the electronic 20-yard dash (2.82 seconds) and the shuttle (3.99 seconds) … Had a team-high five solo tackles, one for loss, and one interception for the victorious Green Team in the spring game.
2010 — In line to battle for a starting spot as a true freshman after a stellar spring… Returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown and made five tackles for the victorious White team in the Spring Game… Enrolled early in order to participate in spring practice.
BEFORE OREGON — Played for head coach John Heffernan at Burbank High School of the Metropolitan League (Sac-Joaquin Section, North 1 Division)… Earned Metro League Offensive MVP honors in 2009… First-team All-City cornerback… CalHiSports.com All-State Football first team at defensive back… First-team All-Metro cornerback in 2008… 2008 Sacramento Bee All-Metro honorable mention… Had 2,360 all-purpose yards on 106 rushing attempts and 48 catches in his senior season… Scored 24 touchdowns while on offense… On defense, had six interceptions, a forced fumble and one blocked field goal… As a junior in 2008, had 38 tackles, two interceptions for touchdowns, a forced fumble and 10 pass breakups… Also played basketball where he was first-team All-Metro League as a sophomore and junior… Rated a three-star recruit and No. 31 cornerback in the nation by Scout.com… A three-star prospect and No. 33 cornerback in the country according to Rivals.com… A three-star and No. 51 corner by ESPN.com.
PERSONAL — Born Terrance Mitchell II in Sacramento, Calif. Parents: Terrance and Kepta Mitchell. Family: One sister. High School (Coach): Luther Burbank (John Heffernan) 2010.