Tre Mann likes to study crafty players like Stephen Curry, Trae Young

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Tre Mann likes to study crafty players like Stephen Curry, Trae Young
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When it comes to preparing for the transition to the NBA, former Florida Gators guard Tre Mann likes to study some of the best players in the game and learn their moves on the court.

Based on his level of play, it is easy to see those moves come to life.

Mann was named to the All-SEC first team after averaging 16 points, 5.6 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.4 steals in 24 games with the Gators. He turned in a strong run in the SEC and NCAA tournaments, and has helped improve his draft stock considerably as of late.

The 6-foot-4 product on Wednesday was one of six prospects to work out with the Indiana Pacers. Afterward, Mann named some of the players he watches in an interview with Wheat Hotchkiss of Pacers.com.

I watch Trae Young, Damian Lillard, Stephen Curry, Bradley Beal, Devin Booker and CJ McCollum, guys like that who are crafty and can create their own shots; the same type of game I have. I feel like I’m a wiggle player, can get to my spots and beat a guy off the dribble whether I’m shooting from deep or getting to the rim. I feel like I do pretty well.

Mann believes he is the best player in the draft when it comes to shooting, either off the catch or dribble. He shot 40.2% from 3-point range last season and certainly has the credentials to become a knockdown shooter at the next level.

With more workouts on the horizon, Mann can continue to improve his draft stock. He is currently projected to be selected in the 20s as his skill set projects to translate well in the NBA.

He certainly watches the right players to be able to eventually reach that level…

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