NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Vanderbilt men’s basketball officially added transfer Jamaine Mann to the Commodore family Tuesday.
Mann played 26 games and started 10 as a freshman at Gardner-Webb in 2020-21. He averaged 6.8 points and 5.3 rebounds per game, and shot 51.6 percent from the field in 20.8 minutes per game. A native of Hampton, Georgia, he was a three-star prospect and rated as high as the No. 13 recruit in the state. He led Dutchtown High School to a state championship in 2020 en route to Southside Metro Player of the Year and all-state honors.
“We are excited that Jamaine Mann is joining us in Nashville,” head coach Jerry Stackhouse said, “with a full season of college experience as a transfer that will help him impact our program. We are thrilled to welcome Jamaine to the Vanderbilt family.”
Mann joins a pair of graduate transfers in Liam Robbins (Minnesota) and Rodney Chatman (Dayton) as well TCU transfer Terren Frank, walk-on Graham Calton and three incoming four-star freshmen—Gabe Dorsey, Shane Dezonie and Peyton Daniels—for head coach Jerry Stackhouse’s third season at the helm of the Commodores.