Alabama Crimson Tide junior point guard Jahvon Quinerly announced via his Twitter account Wednesday afternoon he is now available for personalized messages on Cameo.

"I'm super excited to finally get on Cameo and to be able to connect with my fans," Quinerly said in his first post to Cameo. "Any encouraging words, tips, special shoutouts for your family members, birthday shoutouts, you know, anything I'm here to finally be able to connect with you guys. I can't express enough how excited I am."

Quinerly joins Montana Fouts, Kaylee Tow and Malachi Moore as the fourth active Crimson Tide athlete available on the platform.

This is Quinerly's first official NIL deal. Currently, a Cameo from Quinerly costs $35.

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Quinerly shined in his sophomore campaign with the Crimson Tide after waiting out a season due to his transfer from Villanova. The New Jersey native averaged 12.9 points per game in 2020-21, averaging 48% from the field and a team-leading 43% from three. He totaled 387 points, 96 assists, 19 steals and 65 rebounds.

Quinerly was expected to be a big piece to Nate Oats growing squad in his first season at Alabama, but his postseason performance stands strong as one of the best in school history. Quinerly earned SEC Tournament Most Outstanding Player for his efforts in securing the Crimson Tide's first SEC tournament championship since 1991 as he averaged 15.7 points, three assists and three rebounds while shooting 59% and 46% from three, all eclipsing his season averages.

Quinerly is poised for a bigger leadership role in the upcoming season as senior leaders such as John Petty and Herb Jones move on to the NBA.

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