EYBL Atlanta: Is Tre Mann in decision mode?
EMERSON, Ga. – After recent official visits to Florida and Tennessee, it looked as if Tre Mann, the No. 37 point guard in 2019, was ready to make a choice. Instead, he may be slowing things down a little.
It isn't that Mann doesn't like each program. He just hasn't quite gotten the feeling that he's ready to pull the trigger on a commitment. Also, Kansas recently jumped in with an offer and has joined the Gators and Vols in Mann's top three.
“I’m just going with the flow right now. I don’t have a set date for a commitment," Mann said. "If I feel like I’m confident about a certain school then it will be done. Right now I have three schools that are like my top three, really."
“I’ve grown and I’ve gotten stronger," Mann said. "It’s easier to see over defenses and things like that. I’m playing better on defense and just getting better as a decision- maker.”
IN HIS WORDS
Tennessee: “The Tennessee visit was nice. It had a great campus and great facilities and I liked it. They had good weather. Well, it rained a little while I was there, but it wasn’t too cold or too hot. Coach (Rob) Lanier’s son, we played together when we were in like fifth or fourth grade, and were always in the gym practicing together. So that’s how I knew him."
Florida: “Florida went good. I see it every day, but every time I see it it gets better. The Florida visit was nice and the coaches treated me well.
Kansas: “They’ve had great players in the past and a great coaching staff. I haven’t been on a visit, so I don’t know the campus yet. But I want to see it."