A source close to Tony Mitchell told Touchdown Alabama Thursday the Alabama freshman has been cleared to participate in team activities again.
Mitchell was recently placed on probation for three years after he was arrested on a felony marijuana possession charge in March. He was also ordered to pay court fees of $1,560 and serve 100 hours of community service.
With his legal case closed, the former Thompson High School star will have an opportunity to participate in Alabama team activities this summer.
Mitchell signed with Alabama in December and enrolled at the University of Alabama in January.
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