Even though it is late in the recruiting process and Hemby is a commitment to Chapel Hill, he is not taking this visit lightly.
Hemby said, "I'm very, very serious about it. I want to be sure that there's no other place for me."
Florida will be Hemby's final visit.
A new school means learning new things and meeting new people. Hemby is taking this visit to look at every aspect of the Florida program from people to facilities to academics.
"I have to feel comfortable with the area, with the program, with the players, and the coaches," Jordan said. "I'm looking at their (Florida's) business program. I like business and marketing."
Hemby, who had 12 pass breakups to go with eight interceptions, told Gator Country that he is fully qualified.
He considers himself a strong cover corner who can lock down a receiver, but he's not afraid to mix it up and stick his helmet in someone's chest. He had 62 tackles during the season.
"I normally play aggressive," he said. "I get up on people. I move around a lot, like coming up and moving back and messing with the players. I move well with the receivers."
Jordan Hemby is 5-11, 183 with 4.4 speed in the 40. Gator Country will be talking to him again after he completes his weekend visit to UF.