2012 (Wpg): Starting 14 games at halfback, Alex Suber finished the season ranked third on the team with a career-high 61 defensive tackles and also racked up a team-leading six tackles for loss. He missed four games due to injury and was consistently matched up against the league’s best receivers, recording at least three tackles in all but one game, including a whopping nine in the Labour Day Classic against the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Suber also added three special teams tackles, one pass knockdown and one fumble recovery on the season.
2011 (Wpg): Suber started every game at halfback for the Blue Bombers including both the East Final and 99th Grey Cup. He began the season with a bang as he recorded his first career interception and touchdown on Jul 1/11 against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats when he picked off Kevin Glenn and returned it 66 yards for a major. Suber finished second on the team with 60 defensive tackles and also added eight special teams tackles, two fumble recoveries, one interception, two pass knockdowns and one sack during the regular season. In the East Final, Suber recovered one fumble and picked off one pass before recording six defensive tackles and two pass knockdowns in the Grey Cup.
2010 (Wpg): A small player with a ton of fire power, Suber burst onto the scene and started 15 games at halfback in his rookie season, compiling 51 tackles and two fumble recoveries. Despite his size disadvantage, Suber never looked out of place and recorded four or more tackles in six different games. He was also a special teams demon as he was usually the first man down the field on a punt return and finished the year with 11 special teams tackles.
Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (NCAA Div.1 FBS): Suber played five seasons at Middle Tennessee State and had 57 tackles and a pair of interceptions in his final year. He was named an honourable mention All-Sun Belt as a sophomore after an outstanding season in which he registered one interception, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries after starting all but one game.
Signed as a free agent on June 1, 2010.