Alexander knows A&M cornerback Sammy Davis from seeing the 1999 Humble graduate around the Wildcats locker room. But the 6-foot, 230-pound back likens his abilities to those of former Aggie fullback JaMar Toombs.
"Hes a big powerful fullback," Alexander said. "Im a powerhouse fullback, and aint scared to hit."
Alexander, who said he runs 4.6 in the 40-yard dash, has watched several Texas A&M games, and likes the way head coach R.C. Slocum uses the fullback in his offense.
"They use [the fullback] as more than just a blocker," Alexander said. "He gets to run the ball, too. The fullback is more involved in their offense."
As a junior last season, Alexander said he split time in the backfield as a ball carrier and a lead blocker for 2,000-yard rusher Jackie Battle.
Alexander has never visited College Station, but said he plans on attending a football camp at Texas A&M this summer.
He did have a chance to visit Austin for the Longhorns Orange-White scrimmage last month, and said he visited the facilities and spoke with a few players.
He said he doesnt feel worried that Texas has become a pass-oriented team. The Horns, despite an offense that doesnt utilize its fullback like A&M does, are No. 2 on his list.
"If I go up there, and perform like I should, I should get in the offense," Alexander said of possibly playing at Texas.
Alexander is also considering Ole Miss.