Mike White and the Florida Gators coaching staff has landed one of the best recruits in the 2019 recruiting class and it is a big one. Five-star point guard Tre Mann announced his verbal commit to the University of Florida via Twitter. Florida’s first 2019 commit is a very big one as they have been targeting for a long time and were able to beat out some of the elite basketball programs to keep him home. The Gators also signed a five-star point guard in the 2018 class in Andrew Nembhard. Tre Mann is the first 2019 recruit to commit to the Florida Gators and will likely be their only point guard in the class.
Who is Tre Mann?
Tre Mann is a five-star point guard out of Villages Charter School in The Villages, Florida. The newest Florida basketball commit is one of the top basketball recruits in the country. He has received 17 offers from some of the elite college basketball programs. Mann has offers from Florida, Florida State, Kansas, Louisville, Miami and North Carolina. He also took four officials visits to Florida, Kansas North Carolina and Tennessee. On 247 Sports, Mann is the 23rd ranked recruit and the third ranked point guard in the country. On ESPN, Mann is the 30th ranked recruit and the seventh ranked point guard in the country.
Tre Mann is a 6’3” 170 pound point guard. Mann has been a sought out recruit since he was a freshman and you’ll see why. Mann’s biggest strength is his three-point shooting ability. He is very dangerous with the ball and can pull from three in transition and one-on-one. Mike White likes to shot the threes and Tre Mann is one of the best prep players to do it which makes him a great fit at Florida. Besides his shooting ability, Mann is also a very sound defender and does a good job of making the players around him better. He can drive and kick. He works well with ball screens. Mann has great court vision and knows where space before the defense is even set up.