Kwon Alexander is a linebacker for the New York Jets, who compete in American football and are members of the National Football League. He attended Louisiana State University, where he participated in collegiate football. In the 2015 National Football League Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected him in the fourth round.
Oxford High School, located in Oxford, Alabama, was where Alexander received his secondary education. Alexander was a standout on the defensive side of the ball in 2010, when he had 144 tackles, 17 sacks, and six forced fumbles (three recoveries).
However, he was sidelined for the majority of his senior season in 2011 with a knee injury, and he was unable to contribute much. Oxford concluded the season with a record of 12-2 and advanced to the AHSAA Class 6A state semi-finals, where they faced Marlon Humphrey’s Hoover and were defeated 32-22.
Kwon Alexander at LSU Career
Alexander studied at LSU between 2012 and 2014. He made 12 tackles as a true freshman while playing in seven games, starting two of them. Nine out of the 13 games he started as a sophomore.
He had 65 tackles after the season was through. Alexander earned 1.5 sacks and 92 tackles as a junior, which was the most on the team. Alexander registered for the 2015 NFL Draft after finishing his junior year.
What number was Kwon Alexander at LSU?
Kwon Alexander was on a rotational number at Louisiana State University. He wore the number 4 and the number 25.