March 16, 2009
Junior College WR likes Miss. State
Hinds (Miss.) Community College has sent several top talents to play at Mississippi State in recent years.
The Bulldogs have once again been in contact with the Raymond, Miss., two-year school about upcoming sophomore Treyvias Alexander, who is likely to be one of the most sought after junior college wide receiver prospects in the Southeast.
The 6-foot-2, 197-pounder with 4.46 speed has had several Southeastern Conference schools inquiring about his services for the 2010 class.
"I know that the coaches can't really talk to me right now but I've been getting a lot of phone calls coming in according to my coach (Gene Murphy)," Alexander said. "He said that Florida called, Alabama gave him a holler and other schools have been sending in letters. I know that they will be able to talk to me come spring time so things will be cool going on from there."
Alexander does not have any offers yet but is expecting that to change very soon.
"My receivers coach (J.J. Plummer) told me that Mississippi State is going to offer, Ole Miss, LSU is probably going to offer me," Alexander said. "He told me that as soon as they are able to talk to me one-on-one that they would offer me and we can go from there. He said that a lot of them like me."
Alexander is shooting for the top with his three early favorites in Alabama, Florida and USC but said that could all change once the season begins.
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