"This is good for me to get better as a player and also mentally," said Alexander of the NBPA Camp. "It is great to be here."
"I love Izzo," said Alexander of Michigan State. "Coach Izzo is a great guy to be around. Also I love the campus, I love the arena, and I love the practice facility."
Outside of the Spartans, a long list of schools are hot on his trail.
The in-state Fighting Illini have a new coaching staff in place and they are working hard to make up ground with Alexander.
"I think Coach (John) Groce is a great guy," said Alexander. "The new coaching stuff also seems like great guys. I have been to the campus and they have a good facility. I do like Illinois a lot."
Also the Ohio State Buckeyes are a school that have shown Alexander a lot of love, and they are a school he is hoping to visit soon.
"Ohio State has offered," Alexander noted. "I know I am supposed to take a visit down there, but I don't know when. I am looking forward to seeing the campus and what they have to offer."
For now the Spartans lead, but the No. 9 ranked player in the 2014 class says that a decision doesn't seem imminent, so others in his recruitment still have a chance.
"I will wait until after my senior season," said Alexander. "I want to make some visits and see all of my options."