HIGH SCHOOL—He earned PrepStar All-West Region honors at wide receiver as a senior, with SuperPrep naming his to its preseason All-Far West team (the No. 102 overall player in the California-Hawai’i-Nevada region and the 17th receiver). Scout.com named him to its West 150 team, the No. 112 player overall and the 15-ranked receiver on the list. He earned first-team All-Serra League accolades and the Los Angeles Daily News selected him second-team All-Area. He played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl (Carson, Calif.), where he caught one pass and returned a kickoff 18 yards. He was a second-team All-Serra League performer as a junior, his first year on the varsity after being named the team’s Most Valuable Player on the Junior Varsity his sophomore year. As a senior, he caught 32 passes for 523 yards and four touchdowns, averaging 16.3 yards per catch. He averaged over 45 yards on four kickoff returns, including two he ran back for touchdowns (long of 99 yards). He caught 17 passes for 380 yards (22.4 average) with a touchdown as a junior, when he saw some spot play at running back and gained 50 yards on a handful of carries. He also returned six kicks (punt and kickoff) for touchdowns. He was an occasional starter at cornerback on defense, racking up 17 tackles (seven solo) as a senior, with two pass deflections and a fumble recovery his senior year; he has 12 tackles and two interceptions as a junior. Top games as a senior: in a 54-14 win over J.W. North, he caught three passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns, including a 74-yard bomb, and returned the second half kickoff 99 yards for a third score; and in a 56-35 win over Bishop Amat, he caught two passes for 93 yards, one of which covered 79 yards for a touchdown. His top game as a junior came in a 28-21 win over Crespi, when he caught seven passes for 130 yards and a TD. A two-year letterman for Coach Dean Herrington, Alemany was 9-3 his senior year, losing in the Pac-5 Quarterfinals, and 8-3 his junior season, winning the Serra League title both years. He also lettered in track as a sophomore, participating in sprints (career bests of 11.3 in the 100-meters and 23.1 in the 200); he has trained with the team in the spring but did not compete after his sophomore year.
ACADEMICS—He is undecided on his major at Colorado. He owns a grade point average in excess of 3.1 at Bishop Alemany and has been a member of the Honor Roll his freshman through senior years.
PERSONAL—He was born August 12, 1995 in Los Angeles, Calif. His hobbies include watching movies. A cousin and teammate, Steven Mitchell, committed to Southern California, and two other cousins played college ball at USC, Chris Hale (cornerback, who also spent time in the NFL with Buffalo) and William Harris (safety). Active in community service in high school, he volunteered at a local shelter and collected food and clothing.