DURHAM, N.H.-- Quarterback Chris Alexander from Riverview, Fla., has signed a national letter of intent to play football for the University of New Hampshire football program.
The second quarterback signed by the Wildcat staff this year, the 6-2, 205-pounder was a three-year letterman in football baseball and track at Riverview High School.
As a field general he broke several school records, including longest pass play and touchdown pass (75 yds.), passing yards in a season and career, and the mark for touchdowns in a game.
Alexander was invited to the Nike Quarterback Challenge held at the University of Miami where he finished sixth. He was also selected to play in the Florida/New Jersey All-Star game on June 16, 2005. The game features the top 35 players from each state.
"Chris will add athleticism and a strong arm to our quarterback pool," said seventh-year head coach Sean McDonnell. "He can beat you with both his arm and his feet and his athleticism makes him capable of playing at multiple positions on the football field."