"I started off slow, but finished off pretty well," he told Scout.com Saturday. "I liked hanging with the guys and competing with the guys. Coach Pease says I need to do a little with my arm motion, get my weight back a little more instead of out in front of me."
As a sophomore Alexander threw for 1,987 yards passing, 28 touchdowns, and six interceptions. Brent Pease and company have let him know before he came to camp that he was a prime target because of all of his versatile skills.
"They like that I can throw the deep ball and that I am athletic," he said. My freshman year I hurt my ankle, so they didn't let me run a lot, but in my spring game I had six carries for 93 yards."
"Alabama likes me and wants me to come to camp," he said. "Vanderbilt really likes me, their quarterback coach came down and said I was one of their top guys and they want me."
After Saturday's camp, Alexander made the stroll with his mother Sarah Stevens and his head coach, Gator Great Wayne Peace, to head coach Will Muschamp's office for a little talk. The meeting was a good one for the young strong armed Gator fan.
"They like me a lot and told me I am one of their top guys on the board," he said. "They just want to evaluate all the rest of the guys in camp and then they will make their offer to whoever it is. It did excite me a little bit knowing that I am one of their top guys and can hopefully get that offer."
Mom was excited as well. "She likes it and just hopes everything goes well," he said.