Yes, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
Predictions of the appearance of Lord Caitanya can be found in many Vedic texts. One of the oldest prophecies concerning Sri Caitanya’s appearance in this world is found in the Atharva-veda verse, starting as:
Ito ‘ham krita-sannyaso ‘vatarisyami.
“I will descend as a sannyasi, a tall, fair, and saintly brahmana devotee, after four to five thousand years of Kali-yuga have passed. I will appear on earth near the Ganges shore and with all the signs of an exalted person, free from material desires. I will always chant the holy names of the Lord, and, thus, taste the sweetness of My own devotional service. Only other advanced devotees will understand Me.”
Also, in a verse from the Sama-veda, starting as:
Tathaham krita-sannyaso bhu-girbanah avatarisye,
The Supreme Being says that He will descend to earth as a brahmana-sannyasi at a place on the shore of the Ganges. Again and again He will chant the names of the Lord in the company of His associates to rescue the people who are devoured by sins in the age of Kali.
The Mundaka Upanishad (3.3) also relates the prophecy of Sri Caitanya in a different way. It states,
“When one realizes the golden form of Lord Gauranga, who is the
ultimate actor and the source of the Supreme Brahman, he attains the
highest knowledge. He transcends both pious and impious activities,
becomes free from worldly bondage, and enters the divine abode of the
Another prophecy of the appearance of Sri Caitanya is found in two verses in the Bhavishya Purana. It states:
ajayadhvamaja yadhvam na sansayah kalau sankirtana rambhe bhavisyami
"The Supreme Lord said: 'In Kali-yuga, I will appear as the son of Saci, and inaugurate the sankirtana movement. There is no doubt about this.'"
anandasru-kala-roma-harsa-purnam tapo-dhana sarve mam eva draksyanti
"O sage whose wealth is austerity, in the Kali-yuga everyone will see My form as a sannyasi, a form filled with tears of bliss and bodily hairs standing erect in ecstasy."
Another is from the Svetasvatara Upanishad (3.12):
mahan praburvai purushah sattvasyaisha pravartakah
sunirmalamimam praptim ishano jyotiravyayaha
'He is the most Benevolent Supreme Divinity [Mahaprabhu or the great master], as [through sankirtana] He graciously instigates [or bestows] intuitive wisdom in the jiva soul unto its fully developed cognition or purest attainment. This attainment of purest state or immortality is possible only by His grace as He is the Supreme Propeller and Imperishable Transcendental Enlightening Force.'
Another is from the Vayu Purana:
"In the age of Kali I shall descend as the son of Sachidevi to
inaugurate the sankirtana movement."
This is also confirmed in the Srimad-Bhagavatam (11.5.32) where it states:
“In the age of Kali, intelligent persons perform congregational
chanting to worship the incarnation of Godhead who constantly sings
the names of Krishna. Although His complexion is not blackish [like
that of Lord Krishna], He is Krishna Himself. He is accompanied by His
associates, servants, weapons and confidential companions."