With the March Madness Final Four all set, the majority of college teams have ended their season by now. For many players, this means their attention now turns to the NBA draft. Eligible underclassmen have until Apr. 23 to declare for the draft. That would include Alabama star Jahvon Quinerly who is a junior. On Friday, Jahvon Quinerly announced that he would declare for the NBA draft while still maintaining his college eligibility as per Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports.

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In order to maintain college eligibility, players like Jahvon Quinerly would need to withdraw from the NBA draft by May 31 while not signing with an agent. Quinerly has one season left of college basketball eligibility due to the extra COVID year granted to all NCAA athletes. Quinerly has been considered an NBA prospect for a while and had thought about testing the NBA draft waters in 2021 until he suffered an ACL injury in the NCAA Tournament.

This season, Quinerly mostly came off the bench for Alabama and averaged 8.8 points per game, 2.0 rebounds and 3.6 assists with shooting splits of 40.6 percent shooting from the field, 36.1 percent shooting from three-point range and 83.3 percent shooting from the free-throw line. Quinerly began his college career at Villanova as a highly-touted high school player. He was originally committed to Arizona but  withdrew his commitment after his name was mentioned in the FBI's college basketball investigation into bribery surrounding various assistant coaches. Quinerly has played the last three seasons at Alabama after inconsistent playing time at Villanova.