The problem is he chose to play in a small school private parochial league
You can't tell if he is a really good player or if the competition is horrible. Apparently neither can college coaches. Because they're not playing normal public high schools, the film isn't against known teams and the better HS players in the state.
I wish Bama's son the best, but he probably needs to go the juco route and develop for a couple of years and bulk up as well as show what he can do against competition that isn't small, private, parochial schools.