'14 Louisiana CB visits Ole Miss

Terrence Alexander

A pair of Louisiana sophomores from the metro New Orleans area - CB Terrence Alexander (John Curtis Christian) and QB Quentin Gibson (Archbishop Shaw) - traveled to Oxford on Saturday for the Ole Miss spring game.

"The coaches at Ole Miss are cool," said sophomore Terrence Alexander, who was in the starting rotation in John Curtis Christian's 2011 secondary.

"I like how they have Louisiana players on their team. They have a quarterback, Evan Ingram, who played at John Curtis. I talked to Coach (Maurice) Harris and Coach (Grant) Heard at Ole Miss, and they're going to stop by the school during spring training."

What else did Alexander say about his Mississippi trip?

"I like how Ole Miss played a lot of cover two," he said. "I could see myself playing there."

Last year, Alexander recorded 24 tackles for John Curtis, which won the Class 2A state title. He broke up eight passes and intercepted a pass against Cohen (which he returned 49 yards).

The Patriots return most of their starters from a 14-0 team and could garner a lofty national ranking this upcoming season.

Alexander was among a small group of sophomores who were invited to the U.S. Army Junior Combine in San Antonio, and he fared well against older and more experienced receivers at the January event.

He's been invited to the NIKE Football Training Camp in Memphis on June 1st and also competed in the National Underclassmen Combine 5-Star Showcase last month in Baton Rouge.

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