Donnie Fletcher CB Boston College

Donnie Fletcher Scouting Report DB Boston College

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Measurables

No Combine invitation

Junior pro day numbers

Height: 6-0 3/8
Weight: 190
Speed: 4.50e
Arm: 30 1/8
Hand: 8 1/8
Wingspan: 75 1/8

Stats (cfbstats.com)

2011:

Interceptions
G Int. Yards TD Int./G
9 1 0 0 0.11
Tackles
G Solo Assisted Total Total/G
9 17 10 27 3.00
Misc. Defense
G Passes Broken Up QB Hurries Fumbles Forced Kicks/Punts Blocked
9 2 0 0 0

2010:

Interceptions
G Int. Yards TD Int./G
13 5 49 0 0.38
Fumble Returns
G Fum. Ret. Yards TD
13 1 0 0
Tackles
G Solo Assisted Total Total/G
13 43 13 56 4.31
Tackles For Loss
G TFL TFL Yards TFL/G
13 2.5 5 0.19
Misc. Defense
G Passes Broken Up QB Hurries Fumbles Forced Kicks/Punts Blocked
13 3 0 0 0

Contribution from: Joe Micik of Soaring to Glory, A Boston College blog

Pro - good ball skills, good extension, instinctive, good for some INTs and/or big plays (last year he led the team in picks), has been a key player in BC’s secondary over the last few years and is capable of putting together some good games, tall, strong, has been good against the run overall in the last few years and in support…good hips…good height

Con – is not having a great 2011, has been invisible at times, was injured at the start of the season (back), not great in coverage & is a victim of a poor secondary scheme (BC is one of the worst D’s in the country against the pass this year), does not have explosive straight-line, or closing speed, not the best movement you’ll find in the backfield….short arms and small hands…not a press guy (short arms and lean build)…

NFL mocks Preseason Bio

Emerged last season as a junior when he earned a starting role and became one of the best defenders overall on the team. Showed he was both capable of defending the pass as well as helping out against the run when he had 58 tackles and a team-leading five interceptions. Has very good size for a cornerback, and showed last year that he can convert that size into some playmaking ability by picking off five passes, taking one to the house against Florida State. BC has him playing 7-8 yards off the receiver on most plays, which is familiar to me being that I am an Iowa football guy, so BC obviously does a lot of Cover two, where cornerbacks need to be able to tackle and use closing speed to get to the ball quickly. He definitely needs to be more consistent with closing in on receivers. Notre Dame ran a lot of short passes against BC, and he was just a step or two behind the ball at times. Against Florida State, he did a brilliant job of jumping a couple plays and making an interception. Definitely has good ball skills and can make plays, would like to see more consistency and better closing speed from him.

Video

Donnie Fletcher Nevada (both by JMpasq)

vs Norte Dame

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