As an exceptional American linebacker, Kwon Alexander is worth every penny and popularity he receives in the football community and beyond. A talented player with impressive performances on the field, he has had a robust career that has helped place him on the world map.
Learn more about the experienced linebacker, his brother, his height, weight, and of course his body measurements.
Kwon Alexander Biography
The NFL star is the son of Peaches Taylor (mother) and Broderick Taylor (father). He was welcomed into the world on August 3, 1994, in the United States, more precisely in Oxford, Alabama.
Kwon graduated from Oxford High School, where he was a member of the school’s soccer team. During his time in the institution, he was active on the defensive side of the ball, where he performed 17 sacks, 144 tackles, and six forced fumbles as a junior in 2010. Supertalent also participated in the Under Armour All-American Game and was selected as a finalist for the High School Butkus Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s best linebacker.
In addition, Kwon was honorably mentioned as a Class 6A All-State Football Team and was featured in the ESPN All-Alabama Football Team 2011. In addition to his soccer skills, Alexander is also a master of athletics. In Oxford, he achieved a personal best of 11.24 seconds in the 100 meter run in the 2011 AHSAA 6A Section 4.
The Buccaneers player came to Louisiana State University (LSU) in 2012 and graduated in 2014. While his career at the institution lasted, he participated in 7 games (with two starts) and also recorded 12 tackles in his rookie. As a sophomore, Kwon Alexander started 9 of 13 games and finished the season with an impressive 65 tackles. In his junior year, the footballer led his team with 1.5 tackles and 92 tackles, making him one of the best linebackers in LSU history.
After completing his junior year in 2014, Kwon announced on his social media page that he would give up his senior year to participate in the NFL Draft 2015. At the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana, the soccer player completed all necessary exercises and became the ninth linebacker in the three-cone drill, sixth in the short shuttle and bench pass, and second of all linebackers in the 40-yard sprint.
He was later selected by Tampa Bay Buccaneers Alexander in the fourth round (124th in total) of the NFL Draft 2015 and was the eleventh linebacker to be drafted in his NFL class. The footballer would eventually sign a four-year contract worth $2.75 million with the Buccaneers on May 12, 2015. The contract included an estimated signing bonus of $478,322. After making his debut for the team in a match against the Tennessee Titans, he ended the season with nine passing shots, two interceptions in 12 starts and 12 games, 93 combined tackles (59 solo), and three sacks, while his team, the Buccaneers, finished fourth in NFC South.
Kwon’s performances in the 2016 season were not bad either, earning him fourth place in the football league after winning seven deflections, one interception in 16 starts and 16 games, three sacks, and a total of 145.
He opened the 2017 season with a game against the Chicago Bears. As if gathered together, he intercepted his former teammate Mike Glennon in the winning game and also recorded a pass deflection and a solo tackle. In the course of his game that year, Alexander suffered a hamstring injury that kept him off the field for the next four games. After that, he made a comeback and finished the season with impressive records. Due to his brilliant performance in the league, Kwon was selected for the Pro Bowl to replace the Seahawks linebacker, Bobby Wagner, who was injured during a game.
His Family – Brother
Kwon Alexander is known for maintaining a warm relationship with his younger brother Broderick Taylor II, who was his closest friend until his death in 2005 at the age of 17. Taylor was shot dead on a Friday night during a street fight. The incident occurred in Anniston, which is also his hometown. Until the time of his death, Kwon’s brother was attending Oxford High School. He was reportedly murdered by a young man named Jerald Bailey, who was later sentenced to life in prison for manslaughter for killing the teenager.
Body Measurements: Height & Weight
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers discover an athletic body frame as well as an appropriate height measured at 6 feet 1 inch. His body weight is stated as 103 kilograms, which corresponds to 227 pounds. As for his other body measurements, we will provide them as soon as we have them in our hands.