Western Carolina defeated Mars Hill in its home opener, 52-31, at E.J. Whitmire Stadium.
2012 (Redshirt Junior): Played in all 11 games making 10 starts at wide receiver ... Finished the season with 11 catches for 184 yards and a score ... Recorded the team's longest reception of the season, hauling in a 74-yard touchdown catch against nationally-ranked archrival Appalachian State ... Posted a season-best 85 all-purpose yards against the Mountaineers ... Caught his season-high four passes at nationally-ranked Wofford ... Was involved in almost every special team, returning nine punts for 56 yards including a long of 21 yards at Elon ... Credited with one tackle on the season.
2011 (Redshirt Sophomore): Saw action in eight of WCU's 11 games on the season, making seven appearances among the starting lineup at wide receiver ... Missed two games at mid-season against Chattanooga and The Citadel with a high ankle sprain and was also held out of the season-finale against Coastal Carolina ... Finished with a team-high 35 catches for a team-leading 459 yards, averaging 57.4 yards per game ... Had a catch in each game he saw action including four-or-more in six of those outings ... Returned seven punts for 41 yards, finishing with 5-4 all-purpose yards on the season ... Named the team's offensive player of the week after the Georgia Tech game, making six catches for 64 yards ... Scored his only touchdown of the season in the home win over Mars Hill, a 46-yards pitch-and-catch in the second quarter ... Hauled in a season-high eight passes for 143 yards against nationally-ranked Georgia Southern ... Caught three passes for 51 yards in WCU's annual Spring Game.
2010 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in nine games on the season including eight starts at wide receiver ... Started his first-ever game for WCU at NC State ... Missed a pair of games due to illness early in the season ... Named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman team by the league's head coaches ... Led the team in receiving yards with 524 on 32 catches, the second-most on the team, averaging 16.4 yards per catch and a team-best 58.2 receiving yards per game which ranked seventh in the SoCon and tops among league freshmen ... Had at least one catch in all 11 games played ... Had at least one catch in all 11 games played ... Named the team's offensive player of the week three times and special teams player of the week once during the season ... Hauled in a pair of touchdown catches ... Finished with 589 all-purpose yards to rank fourth on the team, averaging 65.4 yards per game ... Selected SoCon Freshman of the Week on Oct. 25 after hauling in a career-high nine passes for a career-best 151 yards against top-ranked Appalachian State ... Was additionally mentioned in the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) weekly top performers at wide receiver after the ASU game ... Returned eight punts for a team-best 60 yards including a long of 18 yards against Samford ... Caught three passes for 22 yards in the short scrimmage segment of the team's final spring practice.
Prior to Western: Transferred to Western Carolina from Central Michigan ... Did not see game action with the Chippewas ... In the 2010 WCU Spring Game, caught three passes for 11 yards.
High School: Collected All-First Coast second team honors from the Florida Times-Union ... Named to the Florida Times-Union Super 24 and was an All-District 3-5A first team selection ... All-Gateway Conference second team ... Caught 14 touchdown passes as a senior ... Named team's Offensive Player of the Year in 2008 ... Selected to play in the North-South Shrine Bowl ... Helped lead his high school team to four straight district titles and four straight playoff berths.
Personal: Is the son of Jerome and Jackie Alexander ... Has three siblings; Shante Daye, Christopher Daye and Darius Alexander ... Was born in Savannah, Ga.