2016 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about MACKENSIE ALEXANDER: Clemson, 5103 190 4.47. Underclass entry, red-shirted sophomore from Immokalee, FL. Two-year starter. First-team All-ACC. Rumor has it he watches more film than Ron Jaworski. A scrappy competitor who plays with confidence and aggression at his outside corner spot. Has the speed to run with receivers. Good recovery and closing quickness. Quick movement out of transition to break on the ball. A lot of quick twitch fibers in this trash-talking explosive corner. Granted, a corner doesn’t get as many interceptions in man-to-man coverage as in zone, but Alexander has none. Teams stay away from him, but the stat is noteworthy. A very grabby corner who will need to learn there is a “no hands zone” past five yards in the NFL. He lacks discipline as the play progresses down the field. Must become more disciplined in his approach as a future pro. Loses focus and concentration on his job at times. A physical striker in press coverage. Loves going nose to nose with a wide receiver in press coverage. He has man-to-man cover ability. Good body control. Will not turn down a hit. Has good footwork in off man where he can backpedal, plant, and drive. May get work on the next level as a nickel specialist. He has the nickel traits of exceptional coverage and blitz ability, change of direction, and foot quickness. A full contact player and a special teams’ coverage contributor. Not a finished product because he misses too many tackles and has played only two years in college. A standout track athlete in high school as well as a wrestler. Pro day numbers: 10-1/BJ, 7.18/3 cone. 2015 stats: 23 T, 5 PBU. Medical exclusion at Combine, left hamstring. First round. (A-31 3/8, H-9 1/8, VJ-37.5, SS-4.21).