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Then-Washington wide receiver Lonyatta Alexander Jr. lines up for a play during a game against Washington State on Nov. 26 in Pullman, Wash.

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Lonyatta Alexander Jr. hasn’t found a permanent home in his young college football career. He believes Bozeman will end his nomadic ways.

Alexander, a rising redshirt sophomore wide receiver, committed to Montana State on Jan. 13. The 6-foot-1, 200-pound Washington state native transferred from the University of Washington one year after leaving fellow Pac-12 school Arizona State.

“Getting to know the guys, getting to know the coaches and everything, I definitely see myself being here for the next three years playing with these guys” at MSU, Alexander told 406mtsports.com on Friday.


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Montana State transfer Lonyatta Alexander Jr., pictured in September 2021 in Tempe, Ariz., began his college career at Arizona State, where he redshirted.

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Victor Flores can be reached at victor.flores@406mtsports.com. Follow him on Twitter at @VictorFlores406