That is when he will camp at the South Bend, Ind., campus.
And he will also show up knowing the Irish were the first school to offer. The Irish were at H L Richards High on Wednesday to see the 6-foot-1, 185-pound, dual-threat Mister, and it wasn't long after he received the good news about the offer.
"I'm just excited. I don't even know what to say about," Mister said. "They came to a practice earlier (Wednesday) and my coach gave me a call to tell me that they wanted to offer me."
"It leaves me speechless," he said. "I don't know what to say. All my dreams are coming true." Mister hasn't had much contact with the Irish, but that will change when he camps there in a few weeks.
However, Mister does pay close attention to one part of the Irish program.
"I don't know too much, but there's a lot of tradition," Mister said. "I like to watch a lot of film on their quarterback, Everett Golson. I really like him."
Mister threw for 750 yards and ran for nearly 500 as a sophomore, and he has an idea of what the Irish see in him.
"I think they like my athleticism, the way I run the offense," he said. "I'm a leader on the field and off the field. I have good grades."