Alabama veteran Jahvon Quinerly seems to be keeping an eye on the NBA Draft as heis working out with the Milwaukee Bucks.

He posted a picture of a Bucks jersey to his Instagram story.

The former five-star recruit and McDonald's All American has played a huge part in Alabama basketball for the past two years. He has given the guard position crucial depth, and made numerous highlight plays throughout his career.

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Alabama men's basketball head coach Nate Oats, however, expects him to return to Tuscaloosa this upcoming season.

"We anticipate Quinerly coming back," said Oats today at SEC Media Days.

Oats might want him to return to keep the guard depth at an elite level. He would return with senior Mark Sears, sophomore Rylan Griffen, and Hofstra transfer Aaron Estrada.

Quinerly dropped 8.7 points per game, as well as 1.9 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game in the 2022-23 season. If he returns, he will be the second Tide player to announce his return, after Sears announced his intentions on Instagram today.

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