PTS: 30 vs. Georgia Tech (1-24-18)
REBS: 14 vs. Oklahoma State (12-16-17)
ASTS: 8 vs. The Citadel (11-24-17)
STL: 4 vs. Nicholls State (11-15-15), vs. Notre Dame (1-18-17)
Career Field Goal Percentage — T11th — .572 (356-622)
Single Season Field Goal Percentage — 18th — .576 (114-198) (2016-17)
2017 Jamaica Classic All-Tournament Team
2018 All-ACC (Honorable Mention)
2018 NCAA Tournament West Regional All-Region Team
A top candidate for All-American and ACC Player of the Year honors who is in his fourth season as one of the top players in the top conference for basketball in the nation…earned All-ACC Honorable Mention honors, was named to the 2018 NCAA West Regional All-Tournament Team and to the 2017 Jamaica Classic All-Tournament Team as a junior as he enjoyed his best season as a Seminole…a member of three postseason teams as he led Florida State to the NCAA Tournament in 2017 and 2018 and to the second round of the NIT in 2016…has played in eight postseason games in the first three years of his career (six NCAA Tournament games and two in the NIT)…led the Seminoles to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament in 2018 and to the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2017…has played in 103 career games and has the opportunity to become the Seminoles’ all-time leader in games played…the school record for career games started is 136 by Okaro White (2011-14)…enters his senior season with 900 career points and needs only 100 points to become just the 37th player in school history to score 1,000 or more career points…played in six career NCAA Tournament games during his sophomore and junior seasons…in 2018 Florida State reached the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament with victories over No. 8 Missouri (March 16, 2018, 67-54), No. 9 Xavier (March 18, 2018, 75-70) and No. 4 seed Gonzaga (March 22, 75-60) as the Seminoles defeated three higher seeds in the same NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history…the Seminoles fell to No. 3 seed Michigan (March 24, 2018, 58-54) to finish the season just one win shy of the second final four appearance in school history…the Seminoles were a No. 3 seed in the West Region of the 2017 NCAA Tournament and a No. 9 seed in the West Region of the 2018 NCAA Tournament…Florida State has defeated 15 nationally ranked teams during the first three seasons of his career including a school record tying seven during the 2016-17 season…among those wins over nationally ranked teams are No. 5 Florida (Dec. 4, 2017, 83-66), No. 11 Florida (Dec. 11, 2016, 83-78), No. 7 Duke (Jan. 10, 2017; 88-72), No. 11 North Carolina (Jan. 3, 2018; 81-80) and a total of eight of the Seminoles’ 14 ACC opponents including Clemson, Duke, Louisville, Miami, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia and Virginia Tech…a major factor in the Seminoles’ two victories over nationally ranked teams in the 2018 NCAA Tournament – No. 3 Xavier and No. 8 Gonzaga – in the 2018 NCAA Tournament…tied for 11th in school history with a career field goal shooting percentage of .572 as he looks to become one of only 12 players in school history to shoot better than .570 percent from the field for his career as a Seminole…his .576 field goal percentage during his sophomore season is ranked as the 18th best for a single-season in school history…his .584 shooting percentage during his freshman season would rank as the 14th best in school history if he had attempted the minimum of 175 shots…Florida State has won at least 20 games in each of the first three seasons of his career…Florida State was 20-14 during the freshman season…helped Florida State to a near school record 26 wins, a school record tying 12-6 record in ACC play, a school-record tying second place finish in the ACC standings and to a school-record tying No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament in his second season as a Seminole…led Florida State to 23 wins as a junior…the Seminoles have won 69 games and average 23 wins per season during the first three years of his career…prospered in the glow of freshman All-Americans Dwayne Bacon and Malik Beasley during his first season and NBA No. 6 overall pick Jonathan Isaac as a sophomore…his basketball IQ puts him in advantageous positions on both the offensive and defensive ends of the court for the Seminoles…a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) at Florida State…earned two awards at the Seminoles’ Honors 2016 Banquet – the Mr. Hustle Award and the Best Field Goal Percentage Award…earned the Mr. Hustle Award at the Seminoles’ Honors Banquet in 2017 – the second consecutive year he won the award…presented with the Bob Sura Offensive Player of the Year Award at the Seminoles’ 2018 Basketball Honors Banquet…earned an ACC Top Six Award at Florida State’s Annual Golden Nole banquet in 2018…the award goes to six student-athletes from each ACC school who have gone above and beyond in serving their communities…named as a nominee for the 2018 NABC Give Back Team which recognizes players around the country for their community service efforts.
Averaged a career-high 12.6 points (second), a career-high 5.4 rebounds (first), a career-high 2.6 assists (third) and a career-high 29.2 minutes played per game (second) as he led the Seminoles to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament…played in 34 of Florida State’s 35 games while starting 31 including 15 of the 17 ACC games he played in…played in 34 of Florida State’s 35 games including 17 of the Seminoles’ 18 ACC games…established single-season career-highs for field goals made (171), field goals attempted (301), 3-point field goals made (13), 3-point field goals attempted (52), free throws made (74), free throws attempted (113), defensive rebounds (120), total rebounds (185), average rebounds per game (5.4), assists (87), blocked shots (nine), minutes played (993), average minutes played per game (292), total points scored (429) and average points scored per game (12.6) as he enjoyed the best of his first three seasons as a Seminole…led Florida State to a 23-12 overall record and a 9-9 mark in ACC play, the championship of the inaugural Jamaica Classic and to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament…ranked third in the ACC in field goal shooting percentage with a .568 field goal shooting percentage…was one of only three regulars in the ACC to shoot better than 56 percent from the floor during the season…Florida State gained wins over Fordham (Nov. 17, 67-43) and Colorado State (Nov. 19, 90-73) to win the championship of the Jamaica Classic…averaged 17.0 points and 7.0 rebounds in two games in Jamaica during the Jamaica Classic…totaled 20 points, nine rebounds and four assists in Florida State’s victory over Colorado State in the championship game in the Jamaica Classic…led Florida State as a No. 9 seed in the NCAA Tournament to within one game of the second Final Four in school history…led the Seminoles to victories over No. 8 seed Missouri (March 16, 67-54), No. 1 seed Xavier (March 18, 75-70) and No. 4 seed Gonzaga (March 22, 75-60) and into the Elite Eight…Florida State fell to No. 3 seed Michigan (March 24, 58-54) only one game away from playing in the Final Four in San Antonio…averaged 8.5 points and 3.8 rebounds in four NCAA Tournament games…led Florida State to six victories over nationally ranked teams as a junior…the Seminoles gained wins at No. 5 Florida (Dec. 4, 83-66), at home against No. 11 North Carolina (Jan. 3, 81-80), in Tallahassee against No. 23 Syracuse (Jan. 13, 101-90 in double overtime), No. 24 Miami at home in the Donald L. Tucker Center (Jan. 27, 103-94 in overtime), No. 11 Clemson (Feb. 14, 81-79 in overtime), No. 3 Xavier (March 18, 75-70) and No. 8 Gonzaga (March 22, 75-60)… scored 25 points to go along with eight rebounds and two steals in 34 minutes in Florida State’s victory over No. 5 Florida in Gainesville (Dec. 4)…scored his career-high of 429 points and averaged a career-high 12.6 points per game…his career-high single-season point total included his single-game career-high of 30 points in Florida State’s 88-77 win over Georgia Tech at the Donald L Tucker Center in Tallahassee (Jan. 24)…totaled 21 points on a perfect seven of seven shooting from the field in the first half and totaled nine second half points to lead the Seminoles to the win…made his career-high of 10 free throws on a career-high 12 free throw attempts in the Seminoles’ over the Yellow Jackets…the Seminoles’ leader with seven games of 20 points or more scored in a game – 20 vs. Colorado State in the second round of the Jamaica Classic (Nov. 19), 21 in a home win over the Citadel (Nov. 24), 25 in the Seminoles’ monumental win at Florida (Dec. 4), 20 vs. Oklahoma State in the Orange Bowl Classic (Dec. 16), 25 in a win a Louisville (Feb. 3), 21 at Boston College (Feb. 15), and 30 in the Florida State’s win over Georgia Tech…was the Seminoles’ leading scorer in seven games including on the road at Louisville, at Boston College and against Georgia Tech when he totaled his career-high of 30 points…third career double-double of 20 points and 14 rebounds against Oklahoma State in the Orange Bowl Classic at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Fla. …Florida State’s leading rebounder with 185 rebounds and a 5.4 rebounds per game average…led the Seminoles’ in rebounding a career-high 11 times as a junior…his career-high of 14 rebounds came in the Seminoles game against Oklahoma State…also pulled down nine rebounds against North Carolina and at Boston College…totaled a single-season career-high nine blocked shots with two blocks coming in Florida State’s win at home against the Citadel and in Florida State’s home victory over Clemson but none were bigger than his blocked shot against Louisville to preserve the Seminoles’ 80-76 win on the road at the KFC YUM! Center…saved the win as he defensively challenged Louisville’s V.J. King above the 3-point at the top of the key and guarded him into the paint where he rejected King’s jump shot attempt with 5.8 seconds remaining…guard Trent Forrest grabbed the rebound and launched a pass to M.J. Walker who dunked home Florida State’s final two points of the game in the 80-76 road win in ACC play…added 11 points and one assist in the win over the Cardinals…scored 13 points and pulled down 8 rebounds in Florida State’s victory over No. 11 Clemson in overtime in Tallahassee (Feb. 14)…scored 10 points and earned one steal in 24 minutes of play in Florida State’s victory over Xavier in the NCAA Tournament (March 18)…a complete game of 18 points, five rebounds, two assists, one blocked shot and one steal in Florida State’s victory over Gonzaga in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament at the Staples Center in Los Angeles (March 22)…won the dunk shooting contest at the Jam With Ham — Florida State’s traditional Midnight Madness practice to begin the season.
Averaged 8.4 points (fourth on the team), 4.5 rebounds (second), 1.7 assists (third) and a career-high 1.0 steal (tied for third) while shooting .576 from the field (first)…played in all 35 games for the Seminoles with a single-season career-high 34 starts…the only game he did not start was on the Seminoles’ Senior Day against Miami (March 4)…his .576 field goal shooting percentage is the 18th best single-season field goal shooting percentage in school history…averaged 25.0 minutes played per game and was one of only four Seminoles to average 25 or more minutes played per game in 2016-17…played 25 or more minutes in 20 of his 35 games played…earned double figure minutes played in all 35 games and played at least 17 minutes in all 35 games…played under 20 minutes only six times during the season – all victories for the Seminoles…increased his scoring average by more than three points (8.4 from 5.2) and his ACC scoring average (8.3 from 5.1) in ACC play as a sophomore as compared to his freshman season…scored in double figures 15 times as a sophomore as compared to three times as a freshman…scored in double figures eight times in ACC play as a sophomore as compared to one time as a freshman…Florida State’s fourth leading scorer behind three players – Dwayne Bacon, Jonathan Isaac and Xavier Rathan-Mayes – who are all playing in the NBA…scored in double figures 15 times including his season-high of 22 points in Florida State’s victory over Virginia Tech at home in the Donald L. Tucker Center (Jan. 7)…his 22 points against Virginia Tech ranked as the first time during the first two years of his career that he scored 20 or more points in a single game…his 22 points against the Hokies tied for game-high scoring honors…was a perfect two of two from the 3-point line and totaled 10 first half points to boost the Seminoles to a 48-37 halftime lead after Virginia Tech had scored the first six points of the game…his first 3-point shot brought the Seminoles to within one at 11-10 at the 15:02 mark of the first half…his second came at the 8:06 mark and gave Florida State a 27-22 lead…scored in double figures in three consecutive games for the first time in his career – 22 against Virginia Tech, 13 against Duke and 10 at North Carolina – to average 15.0 points per game during the three-game span during which Florida State won two of three games against nationally ranked teams…totaled 15 points in Florida State’s victory over No. 12 Louisville…totaled nine first half points and six in the second half as Florida State took the 73-68 win in Tallahassee (Jan. 21)…a layup for his first two points of the game gave the No. 10 Seminoles an awe-inspiring 14-0 lead…Louisville never led during the game…scored 15 points at Notre Dame (Feb. 11) and 10 at Pitt (Feb. 18) in back to back road games…scored his ACC Tournament career-high of 11 points in Florida State’s quarterfinal victory over Virginia Tech at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. (March 8) and totaled 11 points in his NCAA Tournament debut against Florida Gulf Coast (March 16)… scored 16 points in Florida State’s victory in Tallahassee against NCAA Tournament participant Florida…his 16 points helped Florida State take an extremely important 83-78 win over the Gators…his 16 points came along with a game-high 10 rebounds and counted as his first career double double…eight points in both halves as the Seminoles held a 36-34 halftime lead and increased their advantage to 13 in winning the game at home…scored the first two points of the game on a layup to give Florida State an early advantage…four points on two layups in the final 4:26 of the first half helped the Seminoles recover from a three-point deficit to take the lead at intermission…helped Florida State build its double digit lead in the second half and helped the Seminoles close out the game as he made two of two free throws with 42 seconds remaining to be played to push Florida State’s lead to five at 79-74…the Gators did not get any closer in the remaining second of the game…nine second half points helped Florida State distance itself from Florida Gulf Coast in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the Amway Center in Orlando… an old fashioned three-point play at the 18:57 mark of the second half gave the Seminoles a 43-38 lead…two more free throws at the 18:32 mark gave the Seminoles a 45-40 lead and a dunk at the 18:04 mark put Florida State up by eight at 48-40…he totaled eight points in the first 2:51 of the second half – with those eight points coming in a span of 1:39…Florida State’s lead did not fall below four points after his scoring spree as Florida State advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament…Florida State’s second leading rebounder behind only Jonathan Isaac – the No. 6 overall selection in the 2017 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic…recorded his season-high of 10 rebounds twice – as part of a 16-point and 10-rebound double against Florida (Dec. 12) and in ACC play against NC State (Feb. 8)…both games were played in the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee…a near double double of 22 points and nine rebounds came against Virginia Tech…added a second near double double of 11 points and nine rebounds against Virginia Tech in the ACC Tournament…five or more rebounds came 17 times as a sophomore…increased his free throw shooting percentage by more than 20 percentage points as a sophomore as compared to his freshman season…shot a career-high .663 from the line and made 59 free throws during the 2016-17 season…made an average of 1.7 free throws as a sophomore as compared to 0.8 as a freshman…made his season-high of six free throws in Florida State’s victory over Virginia Tech (Jan. 7) and made at least four free throws in four different games – four in the Seminoles’ victory over Florida (Dec. 11), five in Florida State’s victory over Detroit Mercy (Nov. 20), five against Samford (Dec 19) and six against Virginia Tech (Jan. 7)…was perfect from the free throw line in 10 different games including a five-for-five performance in the Seminoles’ 100-71 victory over Detroit Mercy…increased his ACC free throw shooting percentage by nearly nine percentage points…finished third among his teammates with 58 assists and a 1.7 assists per game average…nearly doubled his assists total (58 from 30) and his assists per game average (1.7 from 0.9) as a sophomore as compared to his freshman season…his season-high of five assists came in the Seminoles’ 95-71 win over NC State at the Donald L. Tucker Center (Feb. 8)…also earned four assists in Florida State’s 109-61 win over Clemson in Tallahassee (Feb. 5).
Averaged 5.2 points (sixth on the team), 3.7 rebounds (fourth) and 0.6 steals (tied for fifth) while leading the team with a .584 field goal shooting percentage…played in all 34 games and averaged 17.0 minutes played per game…displayed his all-around effectiveness as a scorer, a rebounder and a defender as he helped Florida State reach the second round of the NIT during his outstanding freshman season…an important reserve for the Seminoles who was often times the first substitution into a game…earned double figure minutes played in 31 of Florida State’s 34 games with his season-high of 30 minutes coming in the Seminoles’ ACC game against Georgia Tech…played 25 minutes or more five times and totaled 20 minutes or more of playing time in 10 different games…ranked in the top-20 among ACC freshmen in scoring (20th, 5.2 ppg), rebounding (11th, 3.7 rpg), field goal percentage (3rd, .584) and steals (15th, 0.6 spg)…quickly displayed his talents as he scored 15 points in the Seminoles’ first game of the season against Nicholls State (Nov. 15)…was seven of eight from the field and made his final seven field goal attempts in the Seminoles’ 109-62 win over the Colonels at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee…made his first career 3-point shot and earned his season-high of four steals as he injected instant energy into the Seminoles’ rotation against Nicholls State…a tenacious rebounder with his season-high of nine rebounds in the Seminoles’ win over NC State (Jan. 13), eight in the Seminoles regular season ending victory over Syracuse (March 5) and six rebounds in Florida State’s second round NIT game against Valparaiso…totaled five or more rebounds in 11 of the Seminoles’ 34 games including in four ACC games and during both of Florida State’s games in the NIT…also an outstanding performance in the Seminoles’ 76-71 victory over NCAA Tournament participant VCU in a game played at Philips Arena in Atlanta (Dec. 6)…he scored nine points and pulled down five rebounds in only 14 minutes played in the Seminoles’ neutral site win over the Rams…an outstanding three-game series against VCU, Southeastern Louisiana (Dec. 13) and Mississippi State (Dec. 16) as he averaged 8.0 points and 4.7 rebounds as Florida State won all three games…his performances against the Rams, Lions and Bulldogs gave the Seminole coaching staff an indication of his special abilities and illustrated to the college basketball world that Mann would enjoy an outstanding career wearing the Florida State uniform…double figure scoring came three times as a freshman – 15 against Nicholls State in his collegiate debut, 18 against Georgia Tech in ACC play, and 10 against Valparaiso in the second round of the NIT…
Graduated from the Tilton School in Tilton, N.H. in 2015…ranked as a 4-star recruit and as the 43rd-best prep player entering the collegiate ranks for the 2015-16 season…averaged 23.1 points and 7.8 rebounds while shooting 61 percent from the field as a senior…the Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year in the state of New Hampshire in 2015…the Class AA Player of the Year and an All Class AA First Team selection by the New England Recruiting Report as a senior…was Class AA First-Team selection as a junior…earned First Team honors from the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) as a senior…led the Rams to New Hampshire Class AA state championship in 2015…led Tilton with 18 points in the Rams’ 68-63 win over Vermont Academy in the NEPSAC championship game in 2015…named the MVP of the 2014 St. Andrew Holiday Classic…starred in the 2eZ All-Star game following his junior season at Tilton…began to make his name following his sophomore season as a standout player at the New England Elite 75 Showcase…the No. 6 ranked player in the New England Region by the New England Recruiting Report…a top 100 recruit and ranked as the 76th best prep player in 2015 by ESPN.com…played in the Jordan Brand Regional game at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. on April 17, 2015…earned a double-double of 20 points and 13 rebounds to go along with four assists and two steals in 22 minutes of play in leading his team to a 125-112 win in the Jordan Brand game…is characterized as a player with a very high basketball IQ who has the ability to change a game on both the offensive and defensive ends of the court…has become a big-time finisher at the rim and continues to add muscle to his frame…guarded current Kansas junior Wayne Selden when he arrived at Tilton as a sophomore…said to be as versatile a player as there was in the New England region as senior who is comfortable playing four different positions and sets himself apart with his passing, rebounding and winning spirit…a standout at the 2015 Hoophall Classic at Springfield College…a member of the United States East team at the 2014 Global Challenge in Chicago…also a standout at the 2014 Lebron James Skills Academy in Las Vegas and the 2014 Kevin Durant Skills Academy in Washington, D.C…led the Boston Area Basketball Club to the EYBL Finals of the 2014 Peach Jam as he averaged 9.2 points and 5.8 rebounds during the tournament.
Born October 18, 1996…Terance is the son of Daynia La-Force and Eustace Mann…his mother, Daynia, is the head women’s basketball coach at Rhode Island who enjoyed a standout playing career at Georgetown…his brother, Martin, is a freshman forward at Pace University in New York who starred as a prep player at Lawrence Academy in Massachusetts…is very community service oriented and has volunteered as a mentor for children with special needs and as a youth basketball coach…is named after his grandmother, Terancia…his dad, Eustace, was an avid soccer player in his prime – a sport Terance has also excelled in…Terance committed himself to basketball as an eighth grader and began playing for the Boston Amateur Basketball Club – one of the more prominent AAU programs in the nation…was the first of Florida State’s incredible 2015 recruiting class to pledge his commitment to head coach Leonard Hamilton and his staff…selected Florida State over Indiana, Boston College, Iowa, Maryland, Florida and West Virginia…major is Social Science.