Florida basketball signees Tre Mann and Scottie Lewis were named McDonald’s All-Americans on Thursday.
They are the first two McDonald’s All-Americans signed by UF coach Mike White. The last McDAAs signed by the Gators were Kasey Hill and Chris Walker in 2013. It’s now 20 McDonald’s All-Americans in UF men’s basketball history and marks the sixth time multiple future Gators have been selected for the game.
Mann, a Gainesville native, plays at The Villages High, while Lewis is from Colts Neck, N.J.
The Gators also have four-star 6-foot-9 forward Omar Payne (Kissimmee) in their top-10 2019 signing class.
Florida signees to earn McDonald’s All-American honors
|1998||Teddy Dupay, Mike Miller|
|1999||Donnell Harvey, Brett Nelson|
|2001||Kwame Brown*, David Lee, James White|
|2007||Nick Calathes, Jai Lucas|
|2013||Kasey Hill, Chris Walker|
|2019||Scottie Lewis, Tre Mann|
*Declared for NBA draft. List compiled by Florida Sports Information.