A sophomore out of Tilton (N.H.) School, the 6-foot-5 wing prospect showed promise with his scoring ability. Although his jump shot wasn't going down, Mann made some plays at the rim during Tilton's game against Vermont Academy.
"My jump shot wasn't falling so I was trying to get to the basket more," Mann told Scout.com. "I did hit one three and then after that I tried another jump shot and it didn't fall. I was just trying to get to the basket mainly."
"When I'm rolling I'm really good at going to the basket and finishing with both hands," Mann said. "Usually when my shot is falling, I can shoot it."
Playing alongside five-star 2013 wing Wayne Selden has been beneficial for Mann.
"He's taught me a lot of stuff," Mann said.
Next year, Mann will have a bigger role and will be expected to take over Selden's scoring load. Mann said he's ready for that challenge.
"I think so," he said. "I have the potential to do that. When he leaves it's going to be tough, but I think I can take that role."
Mann already has an early offer and interest from a host of colleges.
To date, Mann has only visited Boston College. He said they are currently recruiting him the hardest.
Growing up Mann followed Georgetown, due to his mother playing her college basketball there. She's now the head women's coach at Northeastern