Alex Landed started on the offensive line in the first game in team history, a loss to the Nebraska Danger. He helped lead the team to 239 yards of total offense, including 63 yards on the ground.
Making his second straight start, Land helped lead the Screaming Eagles' offense to 279 yards and zero sacks in a Week 2 win at the Colorado Crush.
Land and the Screaming Eagles' offensive line did not yield a sack in the Week 4 loss to the Spokane Empire.
Land signed with Weber State out of high school. As a redshirt freshman in 2011, he saw action in all 11 games on the offensive line for the Wildcats and was part of the united that blocked for all-Conference performers Mike Hoke and Josh Booker.
During his redshirt sophomore and junior seasons, he started all 23 games. As a redshirt senior in 2014, Land earned All-Big Sky Honorable Mention honorss. He was as one of Weber State's team captains during the season and started all 12 games.
In 2015, Land was selected to play for the United States Men’s National team that competed in the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) World Championships in Canton, Ohio.