Now that football season is over for Breaux Bridge WR Treyvias Alexander, he can work on narrowing…
Alexander Has Offers
Treyvias Alexander Alexander, a 6-1, 185-pounder with 4.5 speed, logged 22 catches for 444 yards and five scores as a junior. What makes him standout on the gridiron? "I've got good jumping ability to go up and get the ball in the air," Alexander said. "I'm a hard worker too. I guess you could say that's what I do best." Alexander has picked up a few offers so far and he has been in contact with several other schools. "Houston offered me at their camp and my coach said that ULL, Southern Miss, Louisiana Tech and Mississippi State have offered," he said. "I know Houston, Mississippi State, Louisville, Georgia, LSU, South Carolina, Louisiana Tech, UL-Lafayette, UL-Monroe, and Southeastern are real interested." This summer, Alexander has made his rounds on the camp circuit with stops at Houston, LSU, UL-Lafayette, and Southeastern. What kind of feedback did he get from the coaches at each camp? LSU—"Coach (Les) Miles said he was going to offer me once he saw my transcripts but I haven't gotten anything from him yet. I did real good at their camp and after it was over coach Miles and coach (D.J.) McCarthy talked about me playing for them. They even talked about me playing cornerback too." Houston—"They asked me if I wanted to commit but I told them I needed to wait a little while. We went over there and blew everyone away." UL-Lafayette—"They said they would recruit me real hard and that they wanted me to go to their school. They talked about me staying close to home." Southeastern—"They asked me what I thought about playing for them and I told them I hadn't thought much about recruiting but I'm starting to now. I don't know much about their school but they said they would be coming by school during the season." While Alexander said he did not have an outright favorite he does have three schools at the top of his list. "LSU, Mississippi State and the Houston Cougars are my favorites," he said. "Those seem to be the most interested right now." Alexander was quick to point out that although he said he did not have a favorite he is waiting on one school to offer and that could change his stance. "I was talking to coach Miles and also to John Williams (2007 LSU signee) about committing," said Alexander. "If they offer I might just go ahead and commit but I'm still waiting to see if they do."
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