PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Fifth-year senior Taj Alexander says goodbye to High Point Solutions Stadium Saturday in his final Rutgers home game. Alexander, who committed to Greg Schiano in November of 2009, spoke 1-on-1 with ScarletReport.com about his five-year Rutgers career that included a major position change and a share of a conference championship.
Taj Alexander makes his 24th career start on the offensive line Saturday in what will be his final Rutgers home game. Alexander is a converted defensive end that played both guard and tackle as a starter during his time under coaches Kyle Flood and Greg Schiano.
Alexander split playing time with multiple names including Andre Civil and J.J. Denman, but has been a key player since his sophomore year as a guard.
The Exton (Pa.) Downingtown East product spoke 1-on-1 with Scout.com about his Rutgers memories as he prepares to say goodbye. Alexander addressed his favorite moments, growing up during his five seasons and the need to focus first on Indiana this Saturday.