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Alexander Valles
Alexander Valles
Title: Wide Receivers
Twitter: @AlexValles21

Twitter: @AlexValles21

Alexander Valles enters his first season with the Endicott football program in 2019. Valles will work primarily with the wide receivers.

This past season (2019), Valles coached Shea McManaway (Lisbon, Conn.) to CCC Football All-Conference Second Team accolades. Valles' role as Endicott's wide receivers coach also aided the Gulls to No. 1 overall rankings among the conference's eight teams in points per game (41.5), points (457), red zone offense (.860), and team passing efficiency (162.13), and a No. 2 overall ranking in total offense (4,561). Nationally, Endicott ranked No. 32 in third down conversion percentage (.459), No. 21 in red zone offense, No. 23 in team passing efficiency, and No. 53 in total offense.

Valles comes to Endicott after a standout four-year career at Georgetown University (2014-18). While at Georgetown, Valles played in 37 career games and compiled 1,043 all-purpose yards alongside five rushing touchdowns. During his senior campaign, Valles rushed for a team-high 462 yards and three touchdowns on 104 carries. He also earned Patriot League Academic Honor Roll accolades twice during his career and was selected to the program's leadership council to help communicate concerns and issues that may prevent the team from reaching its goals.

He also served as a member of the Georgetown Sports Analytics Business and Research Group which held meetings to educate students about career, internship, and education opportunities in sports as well as analytics. In addition to those responsibilities, the Georgetown Sports Analytics Business and Research Group collaborated with other programs at the university to help them engage in sports research using team stats, analytics, and sabermetrics.  

Meanwhile, Valles' coaching experience includes a four-year stint as an assistant coach with the organization called Coach Up in Boston, Massachusetts. While with Coach Up, Valles helped several players reach their full potential and aided them in the scouting process for the collegiate level. He also evaluated players, and their recruiting tapes, to help match them with suitable college football programs.

Along with his duties with the Endicott football program, Valles currently works at the New England Sports Network (NESN) where he serves as a Boston Red Sox broadcast associate. 

Valles, who was a standout student-athlete at nearby Danvers High School, received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in sociology from Georgetown in 2018 and is currently pursuing his M.S. in Sports Administration from the Woods College of Advancing Studies at Boston College.