Florida football has suddenly gotten very active in the transfer portal, and has a loaded visitors list for the first weekend of the new year.
New DB coach Will Harris has been working nonstop getting transfer targets on campus and has added another visitor to an already impressive list.
Now, UTSA transfer Kam Alexander is expected to visit on January 5th along with a handful of other priority targets in the portal.
Alexander is another experienced DB that will come in and make an impact early on if he decides to transfer to Florida.
Florida football: No fly zone
Alexander is very disruptive to opponents' passing games, and is lockdown in coverage.
This past season he totaled two interceptions and 15 pass deflections, to go along with 34 tackles and a sack.
Kam was named the MVP of the Frisco Bowl where UTSA took down Marshall, and was named to the AAC All-conference first team.
Alexander may be coming from the group of five, but his reputation proceeds him. All the accolades he earned this past season, along with the steady improvement he has shown year to year, make him a very attractive player for the Gators to go after in the portal.
The one thing that Alexander does leave to be desired right now is his size. At 5'11''-175, he'll be on the smaller side of SEC DBs.
But, Billy Napier went out and made changes to the nutrition and S&C staff for a reason. Kam can easily add some mass to his frame and become an elite DB.
With the number of DBs visiting next week, it's unlikely that the Gators will take them all, assuming they all want to be Gators.
When comparing all of them side by side, it would be hard to say no to Kam if he wanted to commit to Florida next week.