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Tre Mann, 5-star 2019 point guard, commits to Florida

Mike White has himself a blue-chip point guard. Mann announced his commitment to the Gators on Tuesday.

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The Florida Gators welcomed a blue-chip talent to their 2019 recruiting class on Tuesday. Tre Mann, a point guard out of The Villages, Florida, announced his commitment to Mike White and the Gators. Mann made the announcement on his personal Twitter account.

247Sports’ standalone recruiting service has him listed as a five-star player in the Class of 2019. Their rankings have him 23rd in the nation and 3rd amongst all point guards. That points him in the company of elite talents in Nico Mannion and Ohio State Buckeyes commit DJ Carton.

Furthermore, he ranks 5th in the state of Florida, a class headed by Vernon Carey Jr. as well as Precious Achiuwa, formerly of New York, now attending Montverde Academy, and the duo of Josh Green and Jeremiah Robinson-Earl, who both attend IMG Academy in Bradenton.

247Sports Composite is only slightly less favorable on Mann. While he’s listed as a four-star recruit there, he ranks 28th in the nation, 3rd among all point guards and 6th in FLorida, with the only difference being that North Carolina Tar Heels commit Armando Bacot is ahead of Mann. Ultimately, it’s not disputable that Mann is an elite player in the Class of 2019, and White and the Gators are getting a good one.

Prior to committing, the 6-foot-3, 170-pound Mann held offers from aforementioned UNC along with the Auburn Tigers, Kansas Jayhawks, Tennessee Volunteers and Miami-Florida Hurricanes, among others.

Tre Mann is the first commit for White in the Class of 2019. His presence lands Florida 27th in the nation and 6th in the SEC as of writing.