What is Cory Alexander Net Worth?
His net worth is $2.5 million.
Who is Cory Alexander?
Former American professional basketball player Cory Alexander is now a college basketball analyst for ESPN and the ACC Network. He started working with ESPN in 2009. Cory previously worked for the radio network at the University of Virginia as a commentator for the ACC Network and Raycom Sports as an analyst. Additionally, he established the Cory Alexander Basketball School in August 1995 and continues to serve in those roles today.
He was born on June 22, 1973, in Waynesboro, Virginia, in the United States. Cory is 48 years old.
He completed his high school career at Oak Hill Academy, where he was also recognized as a McDonald’s High School All-American and Parade Magazine First Team All-American as a senior in 1991.
He has a son with Anjanette Alexander-Brown named Cory Alexander II. Cory’s son was born in Goochland, Virginia, and is a baseball player. He played on the Goochland High School baseball team where he was part of the varsity squad for four years. In addition, his son was named First Team All-District, First Team All-State, First Team All-Conference, as well as First Team All-Region as a junior. Alexander II has two siblings, one sister and one brother named Landyn and Aiden.
In August 1995, Cory launched the Cory Alexander Baseball School which he still runs as its owner and president. The school is a true skill development as well as teaching young players ways to improve on their own. However, there is no much available information concerning the school.
He has been serving as a college basketball analyst for ESPN as well as ACC Network. Cory joined ESPN in the year 2009. before that, he served as an analyst for the University of Virginia radio network and was also an ACC Network commentator for Raycom Sports. In the year 1995, he began his own basketball school called Cory Alexander Basketball School where he still operates as its owner as well as president.
Cory’s last season in the NBA came was with the Charlotte Bobcats from 2004 to 2005. Prior to that, he played for the Denver Nuggets and also the Orlando Magic. His first three seasons were with the San Antonio Spurs after they drafted him the 29th overall in the first round of the 1995 NBA Draft. He is a proud graduate of the University of Virginia where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology in the year 1995.