Tre Mann

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: SGFROM: FloridaHT: 6-4 1/4WT: 177
BORN: 2/3/01YEAR: So.WING: 6-4REACH: 8-2 1/2
1on1 Interview with Tre

Draft Notes

A smooth combo guard with a sweet shooting stroke, Mann has a game that is very well suited to today’s NBA. He’s got a smooth, quick and compact release on his jumper and is lethal from outside, hitting over 40% from 3 during his sophomore season at Florida.

Tre has great ball handling ability and has the ball on string. He’s got a nice crossover and a lethal step back move. He goes deep in his bag and can put together a series of moves to shake free from the defender and get his jumper or get into the lane.

He’s not an elite NBA athlete but he’s got good bounce, nice short area quickness and more than enough speed to hold his own. He does a good job of gaining separation with the dribble and creating his own offense. He’s got a decent floater game but doesn’t attack the rim well. He’s got short arms and can struggle to score in the lane and against length.

Having grown to 6-4+ he now has decent shooting guard size. He projects as perimeter oriented shot-maker who has some play-making/point guard skills as well.


Comparisons

  • Devin Harris
  • C.J. McCollum

Draft Projection

mid to late first round pick in the 2021 NBA Draft

Videos

https://youtu.be/c3UfDTsTNr4

2021 Shooting Guards

  1. Jalen Green – 6-5 – G League Ingite
  2. Moses Moody – 6-6 – Arkansas
  3. James Bouknight – 6-5 – UConn
  4. Keon Johnson – 6-5 – Tennessee 
  5. Jaden Springer – 6-4 – Tennessee
  6. Chris Duarte – 6-6 – Oregon
  7. Cam Thomas – 6-3 – LSU
  8. Tre Mann – 6-5 – Florida
  9. Josh Primo – 6-6 – Alabama
  10. Joe Wieskamp – 6-6 – Iowa
  11. Quentin Grimes – 6-5 – Houston
  12. Josh Christopher – 6-5 – Arizona State
  13. Brandon Boston Jr. – 6-7 – Kentucky 
  14. D.J. Steward – 6-3 – Duke
  15. David Duke – 6-5 – Providence
  16. D.J. Steward Jr. 6-6 – Miss. State
  17. Paul Scruggs – 6-4 – Xavier
  18. Austin Reaves – 6-5 – Oklahoma
  19. Aaron Wiggins – 6-6 – Maryland
  20. RJ Nembhard – 6-5 – TCU
  21. A.J. Lawson – 6-6 – South Carolina 
  22. Alan Griffin – 6-5 – Syracuse
  23. Juhann Begarin – 6-4 – France
  24. M.J. Walker – 6-5 – Florida State
  25. Malcolm Cazalon – 6-6 – France 
  26. Scottie Lewis – 6-5 – Florida
  27. Marcus Zegarowski – 6-2 – Creighton
  28. John Petty – 6-6 – Alabama
  29. Nahziah Carter – 6-6 – NA
  30. Kyree Walker – 6-4 – Phoenix, AZ