Tre Mann Scouting Report

Scouting Reports

Tre Mann had a breakout season as a sophomore at the University of Florida, averaging 16 PPG, 5.6 RPG, 3.5 APG, 1.4 SPG, and 2.8 TOPG on shooting splits of 46/40/83. Below is his full scouting report:

Name: Tre Mann

Height/Weight: 6’4/ 178

Wingspan/ standing reach: 6’4 / 8’2.5 

Hand size: 9

Position: G

College: Florida

Tools: Creation, 3 level scoring


  • Excellent space creator
  • Reads passing angles well and is an all-around plus playmaker
  • Good finishing touch at the rim against contact
  • Outstanding runner/floater as in-between tool
  • Good length
  • Plus footspeed and defensive instincts
  • Disrupts passing lanes well defensively
  • Excellent footwork offensively


  • Needs to add strength
  • Must improve shot base
  • Likely negative defensively early in his career; needs to be in stance more often
  • Plays strictly below the rim
  • Low release on jump shot


Tre Mann is an electric shot creator with good size and length for a modern guard with a modern game. His ability to manipulate the pick & roll, combined with his dynamic space creation in 1-on-1 situations makes him a prototypical point guard in the NBA. Mann quickly sets his feet for shots off the dribble, and can change speeds at a high level. He needs to speed up his jump shot to quickly rise over NBA defenders, but his touch and form are already NBA level. Defensively, Mann is a liability early in his career as an on-ball defender due to a lack of strength, but he rotates well, mirrors his man and can stay step-for-step with ball-handlers, and often disrupts the passing lanes.

Similar to: Tyrell Terry, Lou Williams, Devonte’ Graham, Luke Kennard

Projected draft range: 11-20

Games watched:

Army, Vanderbilt 12/30, Arkansas 2/16, SC 2/3, WVU,  Ole Miss 1/12 Miss. State 1/16, Georgia 2/20, Missouri 3/3 Vanderbilt SECT, Tennessee SECT, Oral Roberts, Virginia Tech

Expected NBA role: Starting guard, ~23-30 MPG with P&R prowess, excellent creation, and deep range.

Unplayable if: Jump shot doesn’t translate. Low chance of this happening, but lowest realistic outcome is dependent on body development and jump shot success.

Exceeds expectations if: Jump shot is consistently near or above 40% from 3 and doesn’t struggle with turnovers. His acrobatic finishing against college translating will also allow for his 3 level scoring to translate. 

Best fits:

  • Memphis Grizzlies
  • Indiana Pacers
  • Boston Celtics
  • New York Knicks
  • Golden State Warriors


Audio scouting report, via Locked On NBA Draft