-CFL All-Star, 2021
-West Division All-Star, 2021
-CFLPA All-Star, 2021
-Blue Bombers Most Outstanding Rookie, 2017
2021: Blue Bombers
Alexander had his best season in 2021 and was recognized by being named to both the CFL All-Star Team and the Canadian Football League Players’ Association All-Star Team. Alexander finished the season with 44 total tackles – 36 on defence and eight more on special teams – adding two interceptions and a forced fumble in his 13 games, all starts. He also added six more combined tackles in victories in the Western Final and 108thGrey Cup.
On February 11, 2022 Alexander signed a two-year contract to remain with the club.
2019: Blue Bombers
Injuries limited Alexander to 10 games in 2019, all starts, but he continued to serve as a versatile and dynamic defender as well as a respected voice in the locker room. Alexander finished the year with 38 defensive tackles, four special-teams tackles, with four pass knockdowns and a fumble recovery. Missed eight games during a stretch from August 1-September 27 and when he returned, made the switch from defensive halfback to safety.
Alexander was particularly effective in the playoffs, with five tackles in the Western Semi-final win over Calgary, a forced fumble in the Western Final victory over Saskatchewan and then an interception in the first quarter of the Grey Cup win over Hamilton.
Alexander signed a one-year contract extension on January 11, 2021.
2018: Blue Bombers
Alexander dressed for 14 games in 2018, all starts, and continued his transformation into an important part of the team’s defence. He finished with 36 tackles, three interceptions — tied for second on the club — while adding two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, four pass knock downs and five tackles for a loss.
The emerging force and now a veteran voice in the Bombers defence agreed to a new two-year contract on February 12th, 2019 that would keep him with the club through the 2020 season.
2017: Blue Bombers
Made his CFL debut in the Bombers Canada Day win over Saskatchewan, finishing with five tackles and a tackle for loss… Finished the year with 52 tackles, including seven in two separate games – Sept. 30 at Edmonton and Oct. 21 at Toronto… Made his first career interception in the regular-season finale in Calgary on Nov. 3, returning it 56 yards for a touchdown… Was named the Bombers top rookie after finishing the year with 52 tackles, one quarterback pressure, two forced fumbles, four knockdowns, one tackle for a loss and one interception.
A walk-on at the University of Central Florida, earned a full scholarship in 2012… Was a member of the American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team in 2013… Twice nominated for the Burlsworth Trophy, awarded annually to the college football player who began his career as a walk-on player… Attended the Atlanta Falcons training camp in 2015.