26 A.J. Alexander
Returns to the offensive side of the football in 2010 where he was initially recruited to play for the Seminoles. Will line up as a slot receiver and compete for the right to replace Louis Givens. Demonstrated natural ability as a pass catcher, but is still learning the offense after two seasons at cornerback.
2009: Played in three games - Miami, BYU and Florida - at the cornerback position as a redshirt freshman...collected his first career interception and returned it 21 yards in FSU's 54-28 win at No. 7 BYU.
2008: Granted a medical hardship after playing in the first two games of the season...Returned one punt for 12 yards in the season-opener against Western Carolina.
A highly touted prospect out of Western Pennsylvania, who split time between quarterback and tailback throughout his high school career...as a senior he rushed for more than 1,000 yards and 23 TDs, while adding more than 400 receiving yards and six more TDs...rushed for more than 1,000 yards and 14 scores as a junior...a sprinter on the Altoona track team, he posted times of 10.5 in the 100 meters and 21.5 in the 200...had more than 40 college offers and chose FSU over Tennessee, North Carolina and Pitt, among others...father played football at Maryland...born June 3, 1989.