Despite playing his senior year, Quinerly still has one more year of eligibility, given due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He has until May 31 to declare whether he will return to school for a sixth year, stay in the NBA draft process or choose other options.
The sophomore arguably played the best basketball of his career down the stretch of the 2022-23 season. He scored in double figures in five of Alabama's last six games while pulling in 49 rebounds and blocking 17 shots in that same span.
The Canadian is the youngest player in the NBA Draft and appears to be trending as the first Alabama player drafted, ahead of SEC Player of the Year Herb Jones and the school record holder for 3-point makes John Petty. Primo is ranked the No. 25 prospect in the draft by ESPN, making him a candidate to be picked in the late first round.