Mitchell picks Vanderbilt

Shelton Mitchell became the fifth member of the 2014 recruiting class to commit to Vanderbilt.

Shelton Mitchell ended his recruitment for the second time on Friday.

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.

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