Mitchell, who originally signed with Wake Forest, but got out of his Letter of Intent following a coaching change, committed to Vanderbilt on Friday, according to Mouth of Wilson (Va.) Oak Hill Academy coach Steve Smith.
A true set up man, Mitchell, a 6-foot-3, 180-pounder, is al talented passer that sees the floor well and knows how to run a team. He also changes speeds well and is a crafty ball handler.
Mitchell finished his high school career ranked No. 75 overall and No. 15 at the point guard position.
Vanderbilt now has a pair of top 100 prospects in their 2014 class. Mitchell joins four-star shooter Matthew Fisher-Davis. They also have commitments from three-star recruits Riley LaChance, Wade Baldwin and Jeff Roberson.