"I talked to Les Miles. He told me to keep doing what I've been doing, and that I'll be a real good player. I talked to Frank (Wilson) after the camp. He told me to be ready because I'm next. I talked to Frank about an offer, and I thought it might happen at the camp."
After Baton Rouge, Alexander and his dad ventured east to Florida State.
"I ran a 4.4-something at Florida State camp," said Alexander, who reportedly had the fastest time of the camp. "They make you run the 40 after the first practice of the day. The Florida State coaches want you to run it when you're tired - so they can see your game speed.
"I ran faster than I thought (he ran a 4.52 at one of LSU's two summer camps). The camp was good at Florida State, but they didn't have an 'opportunity period' (one-on-one matchups pitting top prospects). I wasn't able to show them all I can do. I talked to their DBs coach. He said they'll evaluate me after the season."
"I like Ole Miss," he said. "It's the coaches. I have real good chemistry with the coaches there. I talk to (DBs) Coach (Wesley) McGriff a lot.
"I'm going to visit Ole Miss before the season starts."
Alexander is pictured below (right) with teammate George Moreira ('14 RB) at the NUC Five-Star Showcase held earlier this year.