See Alabama basketball stars Herb Jones, John Petty Jr. and Josh Primo at the NBA Draft Combine

James Fletcher
The Tuscaloosa News
Alabama guard Herb Jones (1) brings the ball up against Alabama guard John Petty Jr. (23) practice for the Alabama men's basketball team Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019. [Staff Photo/Gary Cosby Jr.]

The 2021 NBA Combine is underway in Chicago with three former Alabama basketball standouts in attendance.

Seniors Herb Jones and John Petty Jr. are joined by freshman Josh Primo in the field of 69 draft-eligible players.

The NBA Draft is set to take place on Thursday, July 29 (7 p.m. CT) on ABC and ESPN.

Primo and other early entrants have until July 7 to withdraw from the draft to maintain their college eligibility.

Here is a look at how Alabama's representatives have performed:

Herb Jones

Jones showed off his improved shot in front of scouts this week.

He measured 6-foot-8 with a 7-foot wingspan and will not compete in scrimmages.

John Petty Jr.

Petty showed off his skills during workouts but withdrew from Thursday's scrimmage.

Josh Primo

Primo has been one of the biggest stories at the combine and has some scouts questioning whether he will return to Alabama.

He showed off a wide array of skills during drills and the scrimmage this week.