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2023 Alabama Fall Preview: Team 6 Evaluations

Lashun Harris
8, Oct 2023

2023 Alabama Fall Preview: Team 6 Evaluations

We had a fantastic day of action on Sunday at the Alabama Fall Preview. During drills, gameplay, and other sessions, our coaches and staff were closely evaluating all the action. 

Here’s what our coaches and staff had to say about Team 5:

RELATED: Top performers, Part I | Part II | Ten additional standouts 

Team 1 | Team 2 Team 3 | Team 4 | Team 5


Jeremiah Wilson, 2025 CG, Buckhorn: Wilson had a strong enough day to be included on our top performer list. Check-in with what our coaches and staff had to say about him here

Bryant Brown, 2027 SG, Northridge: Brown has stretched out and grown a little bit since seeing him in the spring, but one thing is for sure: his shooting stroke hasn’t changed a bit! The lefty made some shots from behind the arc and also showed his high basketball IQ throughout the day. 

Jaylen Alexander, 2026 PG, Oxford: Alexander was one of the top players in the gym on Sunday. Read what our staff had to say about him here

Tristan Gilmore, 2024 F, McAdory: Gilmore was one of the most intriguing prospects in attendance. He was one of our camp standouts

Jullian King, 2025 G, Florence: King was one of the best downhill drivers we saw on Sunday. The 6-foot guard constantly kept his foot on the gas and caught opposing defenses on their toes, and he showed some athleticism and bounce around the rim, too. 

Terrance Pruitt, 2025 F, Hazel Green: Pruitt was one of the biggest stocker risers of the event, landing on our top performer list

Harry Malone, 2025 CG, Austin: Malone’s motor and intensity were among the things that coaches loved at camp. He made his mark and was named to the standouts list

Lashun Harris, Jr., 2024 WF, Gadsden City: Harris made great use of his length and size in Guntersville. The 6-foot-4 wing got some deflections on defense and was continuously active over the course of the day. The senior also wasn’t afraid to pull the trigger and make some shots with a hand in his face. 

Thomas Snead, 2027 G, Sand Rock: Sand Rock alumni have fared well at the Alabama Fall Preview — just ask Jacob St. Clair and Kaden Justice. Shooting must run deep in the Sand Rock program because Snead showed the ability to make shots from 3 early and often. The 5-foot-7 guard has a nice stroke and was consistent in catching the ball ready to shoot. 

JT Thomas, 2024 G, Hazel Green: Thomas had a solid showing at the Fall Preview, doing a little bit of everything on the day. The 6-foot guard was active on defense and used his hands to pick up some steals. On offense, he proved he knew how to play, making the correct play with the ball in his hands — whether it was making the right pass, attacking he room, or knocking down a shot.

Garrett Tucker
State Editor

Garrett Tucker is a senior content producer for HoopSeen. He has been a member of since 2014. Specializing in basketball in the South, Garrett has helped grow the HoopSeen Alabama network from the ground up. He also provides stories and information from players all across the country. His GTuckerScouting recruiting service is a notorious product in the Southeast, as he has been in contact with numerous college programs across the country. You can follow Garrett on Twitter at @GTuckerHoops.