Tyrell Alexander

Ranked as a four-star recruit by ESPN … ESPN also lists him as the No. 26 athlete prospect in the nation while Rivals.com tabbed him at No. 38 … Scout.com ranked him as the 12th-best receiver prospect in the state of Texas … Chose Oklahoma State over reported offers from Oregon, Baylor, TCU, Arkansas, Tennessee, Texas Tech, West Virginia and Arizona State, among several others.

High School: Played for coach Chris Gilbert at Lancaster High School … A versatile player who saw time at multiple positions … Tallied 592 offensive yards and scored seven touchdowns as a senior … Totals from his junior season included 1,147 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns on 158 carries and 719 passing yards and seven touchdowns on 49-for-91 passing … Named first team all-district as a utility player … Also competed in track and field … Involved with High School Heroes and the Society of Gentlemen.

Personal: Tyrell Alexander was born Nov. 16, 1997, in Morgan City, La. … Son of Shacqulin Alexander.

Receivers Coach
Kasey Dunn:

"Tyrell is a really athletic kid. A kid that has also played some quarterback for Lancaster, so he's a smart guy. He's very, very athletic, he runs the 110-meter high hurdles, too. He was recruited by a lot of people as potentially even a corner. We're going to play him at the outside receiver spot and I think that he has a huge upside at the receiver position."


Position: WR Height: 6-1 Weight:170
Lancaster, Texas / Lancaster