Here’s something you’ve read a few times this summer -- an Ohio kid has committed to Michigan State.
The Spartans 2018 class picked up its first wide receiver in talented 6-foot-2 athlete Javez Alexander of Sandusky, Ohio, giving the green and white 12 commits for 2018.
Now has this kid been a receiver his whole life? No sir, but that speaks to how athletic Alexander is. Down at Sandusky High School, Alexander led his squad to a 10-2 overall season in 2016 as a quarterback.
Michigan State is certainly the biggest program to offer Alexander, who also had a chance to play quarterback for Army, Air Force, Bowling Green, Eastern Kentucky, Georgetown and Holy Cross.
Alexander becomes the eighth Ohio commit to go green, committing shortly after the Slade twins of Lewis Center, Ohio. He will also be joining a star-studded wide receiver corps of Justin Layne, Cody White, C.J. Hayes, Hunter Rison, Cam Chambers, Trishton Jackson (takes another breath), Darrell Stewart and Felton Davis once he gets to campus.
Welcome to the Spartan Dawg family, Javez.