"It went good, I got to watch practice," he said. "I like (the offense) lot. I like the read option and also the pro-style type throwing game."
Florida's offensive coordinator has been installing the new offense and for players and others watching Kurt Roper has come off as a guy that is really in tuned to what needs to be done and more importantly, how to get it done. Roper knows all about Alexander and although he hasn't offered the young man a scholarship yet, he plans on checking in on him in May to get a firsthand look at him.
"Coach Roper is a great coach and a good guy," Alexander said. "He said that he will be visiting me this spring."
As for Lakeland Christian, they will be leaning on Alexander and Simmons and looking for big things in 2014. Alexander knows he needs to be at the top of his game to accomplish team and personal goals.
"We are going to be really good," Alexander said. "We're just taking it one day at a time. I just need to keep working on everything. No matter what level I am on I have to keep working. I am just looking forward to spending my last season on the field with my boys."
And as far as the recruiting process goes, Alexander is ready to reprove himself to college coaches that come by to visit this spring.
"No top schools," he said if there is a leader for his services. "I am just looking forward to working hard this spring."