Updated on 6/27/22. Written by Alan Lu.
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Solid scorer off the dribble
Above average athlete
Needs to improve his free throw shooting
Needs to improve his rebounding
Not an elite athlete
Undersized for his position
Underachieved as a freshman
Suffered a knee injury towards the end of the season
Jahvon Quinerly is an agile, skilled playmaker that has had a fairly solid sophomore season with Alabama. He’s on one of the best teams in college basketball right now.
After struggling in his freshman season at Villanova, he’s played significantly better this year since. He’s shown marked improvement, but he will need to make a full recovery from a knee injury, and he projects to be a borderline second round candidate for the 2023 draft.
YouTube’s Highlights of the 3/22/21 Maryland-Alabama Game via March Madness
Sports Illustrated’s Article on Quinerly’s Knee Injury Towards the End of the 2021-22 Season
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