NBA Draft

Tre Mann

Scouting Report

Mann had a standout sophomore campaign at Florida that followed up a lackluster freshman season.
The fact the point guard needed an adjustment period from high school to college displays he may also need one in the NBA.
Mann averaged 16.0 points and 5.6 rebounds and shot 40.2 percent from 3-point range last season, big improvements from averages of 5.3 points and 1.9 rebounds and a long-range accuracy of 27.5 percent as a freshman.
He had a stretch of four straight 20-point efforts late last season, topped by a career-best 30 against Tennessee. Mann exhibited complete confidence in his shot during that run.
While Mann is NBA-ready on offense, his defense needs improvement. He did have 50 steals in 53 college games but he is prone to being exposed by more athletic guards.
If the 20-year-old Mann slips during the draft, it will be because teams have questions about his ability to guard bigger, faster NBA players.
But being able to play both guard positions is a huge plus for Mann.
Positives: Top-notch shooter who can knock down shots from behind the arc. Enters the NBA with a high level of confidence in his skills after a solid sophomore campaign. Versatility allows him to play both guard spots.
Negatives: Concerns about his defense could knock him down in the draft. He doesn't have top-flight athleticism and that haunts him more on the defensive end than when he is hoisting up shots. Mann may not be an immediate contributor and may need time to get acclimated to the NBA after experiencing a slow start to his Florida career.
--Field Level Media

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