Scout TV: Alexander Makes It Official

Signing day is one of the most memorable and unforgettable times in a young athletes life. Daniel Alexander got to experience that moment when he officially signed his letter of intent with Texas A&M. Websider's Taylor Hamm was in Dripping Springs today to experience this wonderful occasion and got a video interview with Alexander and Coach Jenkins. View the exclusive video in the tailgate!
November 11, 2009

Alexander Enjoys Official Visit

Dripping Springs four-star wing prospect Daniel Alexander ended the drama of his recruitment months ago when he verbally pledged to play for head coach Mark Turgeon and the Texas A&M basketball program. However, his official visit this past weekend was a good opportunity to bond with his future teammates and begin the process of joining the program for the next four years.
October 15, 2009

It Takes 5ive Classic: Day 1 Rundown, Part

Cincinnati, Ohio On the first day of the July evaluation period, Cincinnati and the Adidas Takes 5ive sure seemed like the place to be. With no shortage of coaches on hand, the chance to win scholarships was on the line Monday. Some chose to rise to the challenge.
July 7, 2009

Impressive Prospects Attend A&M Hoops Camp

Only once a year can the Texas A&M coaching staff bring together a large collection of blue chip basketball prospects and that's at the A&M Elite Camp. Aggie Websider's David Sandhop let's you know who attended the camp, who looked good, and who could be committing in the near future.
June 9, 2009

An Inside Look into Alexander's Commitment

It's the first commitment for 2010, and Mark Turgeon has already made his mark on this class by landing Dripping Springs athlete Daniel Alexander. Websider visits with his family to find out exactly what convinced Daniel to join the Aggies.
May 14, 2009

Alexander Headed To Big 12

Daniel Alexander is going to play his college basketball in the state of Texas. The 2010 forward is Big 12 bound.
May 13, 2009

Alexander Makes His Pledge

One of the top 2010 hoops players from the Lone Star state made his decision and he's headed to the BIg 12. See which school picked up the Top 100 national prospect
May 13, 2009