Macedonia (OH) Nordonia defensive end Justice Alexander might be the most improved player in Ohio,…
Alexander Passes The Look Test
A look at the film of Macedonia (OH) Nordonia defensive end Justice Alexander shows a long, athletic football player, and when you see him in person the 6-foot-6, 237-pound, frame sticks out. Alexander also plays offensive tackle in high school, but he is being recruited as a defensive end. He impressed last season as a junior. "I just transferred to Nordonia last year and I had never played varsity before, so I was very nervous starting out last season," Alexander stated. "My first year playing varsity went great after I got going, and I improved every game." "Once I got acclimated, my confidence grew and became a pretty good football player," he added. "My strength would be my effort and I never give up on a play. I'm working on every part of my game, and I want to be an all-around great player." With two offers, Alexander is on the recruiting radar and hoping to land more offers. "I have offers from Massachusetts and Ohio University," he explained. "Buffalo said they are going to offer as soon as I visit, so they can offer me with my parents in person. I never really saw myself as a college scholarship player, so I'm very happy with things. Getting that first offer was amazing and it makes me want to work even harder." "Cincinnati is recruiting me as an offensive tackle and they want to see me in camp," he continued. "They think I can be a better player on the offensive line, and I'm fine with that. I would love to have an offer from Cincinnati. They want athletic linemen, and they said they've turned defensive ends into offensive linemen."
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