6-3, 215 pound linebacker prospect Kevin Alexander will be one of two prospects from Union County (Fla.) that will make an unofficial visit to Clemson this weekend.
"Yeah I am coming up with Willy Oliver. We are leaving at 4:30 in the morning to get up there. C.J. Spiller was suppose to come with me and Willy, but he is just going to stay home," Alexander told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
Alexander said he's looking forward to finding out more about the Tigers this weekend. "You know I have never been to Clemson. I want to see if they have a good defense. I want to talk to the coaches and see what it's all about. I want to see their depth chart too," he said.
Alexander has enjoyed a successful senior season so far Union County.
"I have 77 solo tackles, 36 assisted and nine sacks on the year. I also have four fumble recoveries and two caused fumbles," Alexander said.
When asked if he has any favorites in the recruiting process, Alexander responded, "I really don't have any favorites yet. I am kind of open."
Alexander is also still trying to determine which schools will get official visits. "I know I will take a visit to Alabama. I will also probably visit Tennessee and Kansas State. I'm not sure about the other two just yet," he said.
Alexander has an impressive offer list that includes schools like Clemson, Auburn, Louisville, Maryland, North Carolina and Tennessee.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding linebacker from Florida, right up through signing day.
FLA LB Visiting Clemson Saturday
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