The next target in line on Tennessee basketball’s recruiting board has apparently set a date to announce his college decision.

Tre Mann, a four-star point guard in the 2019 class, wrote on Twitter on Thursday that he’ll make his announcement on July 30 at 6 p.m.

Mann, a 6-foot-1, 150-pound prospect from The Villages, Fla., is ranked No. 37 overall in the 2019 class according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite.

He’s the No. 3 point guard nationally in his class and No. 6 overall in Florida.

The 247Sports ratings have him at No. 29 overall in the class, No. 4 at point guard and No. 3 in Florida.

Mann announced in May his final three schools were Tennessee, Florida and Kansas.

“I’ve got three schools that’s really like a top three,” Mann said of the Gators, Vols and Jayhawks back on May 12.

Of the eight Crystal Ball predictions on Mann’s 247Sports player profile, three are in favor of Tennessee while five are in favor of Florida.

The Vols seemed to have the late momentum, though.

He picked up Crystal Ball prediction to Tennessee on May 13, May 31 and June 1, all three coming after the Florida predictions, which happened earlier in May.

Mann visited Tennessee on April 24 and followed with a visit to Florida on May 1. He has not taken an official visit to Kansas since the Jayhawks offered on April 30.

"The Tennessee visit went nice,” Mann told 247Sports national basketball recruiting analyst Brian Snow on May 15.

“It was a great campus with great facilities. I liked it a lot. The weather was nice, and I just had a good time.”

Head coach Rick Barnes and his staff were in early on Mann, offering him a scholarship on May 8, 2017, three days after he picked up his first major offer from Texas A&M. The in-state Gators followed with an offer on June 7.

Mann has a unique connection to the Tennessee basketball program, after playing grade-school basketball with Vols’ associate head coach Rob Lanier’s son, Emory Lanier, in Florida.

Rob Lanier was an assistant coach at Florida under head coach Billy Donovan from 2007-10.

"Coach Lanier’s son and I played together when we were in the fourth or fifth grade,” Mann told Snow in May, “and we have been in the gym together a lot.

“Also he coached with one of my coaches who helps advise me.”

The Vols are very much in need of a guard in the 2019 class, after not signing any backcourt depth in the 2018 class, with four-star center D.J. Burns being the only signee.

Tennessee is chasing an elite group of guards in 2019: five-star point guard Josiah James; Mann; four-star point guard Kira Lewis; five-star combo guard Jalen Lecque and four-star combo guard KyKy Tandy.

The Vols currently have two commitments in the class: three-star power forward Drew Pember and three-star small forward Davonte Gaines.