Utah Jazz sophomore star Donovan Mitchell has publicly vouched for Atlanta Hawks rookie sensation Trae Young as this year's Rookie of the Year.

After Young dropped a game-winning floater to break the spirits of the Philadelphia 76ers, Mitchell Tweeted simply out “ROY” to show his support for Young's bid to win top rookie honors.

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The Jazz star certainly knows a thing or two about tight Rookie of the Year races.

Young continued on his impressive tear over the past few months with another magnificent outing against the Sixers. The no. 5 overall pick of the 2018 draft finished with 32 points, six rebounds, and 11 assists. He also shot 11-of-20 from the field, with four of them coming from downtown.

Without a doubt, Ice Trae has made this year's Rookie of the Year race more interesting. The season started out with a seemingly clear runaway winner in Dallas Mavericks rookie phenom Luka Doncic, who also had an outstanding game last night against the Golden State Warriors.

But the former Oklahoma standout has definitely made his case with how he has played over the past few month. Young started off his rookie campaign slow. But he soon found his footing and rhythm, and is now putting the league on notice.

Young averaged 15.6 points on just 37.8 percent field goal shooting and an absurd 24.8 three-point shooting through the first two months of the season. But he has steadily improved his scoring and efficiency as each month passed by.

Now, he has really turned on the jets through February and March. Through this stretch, Young's averages are up to 23.3 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 9.0 assists, while shooting 43 percent from the field and 40.4 percent from beyond area code.