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Name: Jon Alexander (Transfer from Kansas State)
College: Charlotte     Number: 1
Height: 6-2   Weight: 217
Position: OLB  Pos2: SS/ST
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.70
   40 Time: 4.77
  40 High: 4.85

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Height: 6020
Weight: 217

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Dates: 04/01/22
Hand: 08 3/4  Arm: 33 5/8
Wingspan: 79 7/8

Height: 6020
Weight: 217
40 Yrd Dash: 4.77
20 Yrd Dash: 2.76
10 Yrd Dash: 1.64
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 21
Vertical Jump: 34 1/2
Broad Jump: 09'06"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.45
3-Cone Drill: 7.39

40 Time Range: 4.71-4.83/Projected 4.68


 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...2020: NAC...Transfer from Kansas State

 Jon Alexander, Charlotte, Player News

  Three more players are transferring out of Kansas State's football program. A K-State spokesman confirmed to The Mercury on Tuesday that running back Thomas Grayson, defensive back Jonathan Alexander and defensive tackle Matthew Pola-Mao entered the NCAA's transfer portal. The news was first reported by The trio hadn't been around the team this fall, as all opted out of playing this season. They were part of a quartet of Wildcats to opt out of the 2020 campaign, joining running back Joe Ervin. Alexander, Grayson and Pola-Mao are the sixth, seventh and eighth players, respectively, to transfer from K-State since August, joining wide receiver Joshua Youngblood, defensive back Walter Neil Jr., defensive linemen Derick Newton and Ronald Triplette and linebacker Demarrquese Hayes. Alexander, Grayson and Pola-Mao were members of the Wildcats' 2019 recruiting class, the first batch of signees for head coach Chris Klieman and his staff. Of the three, Alexander was the only one to take the field for K-State last season, as both Grayson and Pola-Mao redshirted. - Manhattan Mercury

(DS#131 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB Jon AlexanderCharlotte
News Source: Manhattan Mercury
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  After an eventful offseason, Jonathan Alexander is taking this year off. A rising senior defensive back for Kansas State, Alexander announced Friday that he was opting out of the 2020 season. Alexander shared the news on his personal Twitter account. "I will use the time away to focus on all aspects of my mental and physical health and being the biggest Kansas State football fan. I know that when I have confidence that my health and safety are secure that I will be better for me and my team." Alexander followed up later, announcing that he will use a redshirt to protect his final season of eligibility. - Manhattan Mercury

(DS#131 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB Jon AlexanderCharlotte
News Source: Manhattan Mercury
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  As Kansas State's football team got back to work Monday, the athletics department announced that two student-athletes are now isolated with active coronavirus cases. One of those active cases is publicly known: Jonathan Alexander, a senior defensive back. Alexander revealed his status on social media Monday. "Yes, I tested positive for COVID-19," Alexander wrote on Twitter. "I don't have any symptoms though, and if you know me you know I keep my room clean and my body clean, so I believe I'll be straight. Thanks for all prayers and the love!"

He also remained upbeat in an earlier tweet Monday. "I'm spreading good vibes till I'm clear of COVID just in case (I don't) make it through," Alexander wrote, adding a pair of emojis, one involving fingers crossed and another featuring a laughing face. Since K-State's athletics department began testing last month, 29 student-athletes have tested positive for COVID-19 following PCR (polymerase chain reaction) testing of 190 student-athletes. - Manhattan Mercury

(DS#131 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB Jon AlexanderCharlotte
News Source: Manhattan Mercury
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  Some of Kansas State's Black student-athletes want the university to take action. And if their demands aren't met, they are prepared to sit out all athletics-related events. It comes in the wake of a controversial tweet sent out by K-State student Jaden McNeil on Thursday, which has since gone viral, with the university making headlines across the country. "Congratulations to George Floyd on being drug free for an entire month!" McNeil wrote in the tweet. The other message, shared by rising senior defensive back Jonathan Alexander, had the same two demands listed verbatim. The differences came in the wording of the opening and closing paragraphs.

"As student-athletes of color, and students of color at Kansas State University, we understand that as athletes we have a platform that can be used for good," the message began. "We have decided to speak up about the issue that has occurred. We believe that all students of color, athlete or not, should feel comfortable and safe while walking on campus and attending or playing in sporting events. With that being said, on behalf of the student-athletes and student-athletes of color here at Kansas State, here is what we need to ensure our safety on and off campus." - Manhattan Mercury

(DS#131 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB Jon AlexanderCharlotte
News Source: Manhattan Mercury
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