Since then, he's been the definition of solid. He never entertained any other suitors or took any other visits. Shortly after making that pledge, he even changed his Twitter handle to @LSUcommit as it remains today. Coming out of Alexander's junior season, the LSU coaches identified him as the top linebacker in the state, and it didn't take much effort to convince him to jump on board.
In the eyes of Scout's evaluators, Alexander is a three-star prospect, ranked as the No. 66 OLB in the country. At 6-foot-1, 205 pounds, he's on the smaller side for a linebacker, and could just easily drop back and be a strong safety with his speed. But LSU will stick at linebacker first and use that quickness in several different ways. He has the ability to cover sideline-to-sideline and can absolutely fly around the field.
He could certainly afford to get bigger though and may need a redshirt season to get acclimated to the physicality of the SEC. LSU would like to see him get more aggressive too and tackle with authority near the line of scrimmage. But his level of athleticism will suit him well as a linebacker on the next level.