Joe Alexander

Joe Alexander was an outstanding basketball player at Linganore High School where he set several school records. After spending time at Hargrave Military Academy, Joe was heavily recruited to play college basketball and ultimately chose West Virginia University. While at WVU, Joe averaged almost 17 points per game, 6.5 rebounds, and close to 3 steals a game. He became only the sixth player at WVU to earn Big East first-team honors. He also led WVU to an NIT championship in 2007. He also scored a record-breaking 34 points in a Big East Tournament game and went on to play in the NCAA March Madness where he led his team to a Sweet Sixteen appearance. After his stellar college career, Joe declared for the NBA Draft and was a lottery pick, selected 8th overall by the Milwaukee Bucks. He played for the Milwaukee Bucks from 2008-2010. Joe also spent time with the Chicago Bulls and New Orleans Hornets in his NBA career. Since then, Joe has been playing professional basketball overseas for the past eight years, splitting time in leagues in Israel, Italy, and Turkey. In 2020, he signed one of the most lucrative free-agent contracts, making him the second-highest-paid naturalized Israeli player in the entire Israeli Basketball League.

JOe Alexander