Jamell Fleming CB Oklahoma Sooners

Jamell Fleming Cornerback Oklahoma Sooners

This is our Jamell Fleming. Fleming is a Cornerback prospect who could be drafted by the end of day two. For all of our other scouting reports go to our scouting report page

Measurables:

5’11″ 206 pounds, 4.53 40 yard dash, 31 1/4″ arms, 9 1/2″ hands, 23 reps on bench press

Stats:

2011:

Interceptions
G Int. Yards TD Int./G
9 1 2 0 0.11
Fumble Returns
G Fum. Ret. Yards TD
9 1 56 1
Tackles
G Solo Assisted Total Total/G
9 37 8 45 5.00
Tackles For Loss
G TFL TFL Yards TFL/G
9 3.0 4 0.33
Misc. Defense
G Passes Broken Up QB Hurries Fumbles Forced Kicks/Punts Blocked
9 6 1 2 0

2010:

Interceptions
G Int. Yards TD Int./G
13 5 59 1 0.38
Tackles
G Solo Assisted Total Total/G
13 49 22 71 5.46
Tackles For Loss
G TFL TFL Yards TFL/G
13 8.5 45 0.65
Sacks
G Sacks Sack Yards Sacks/G
13 1.0 14 0.08
Misc. Defense
G Passes Broken Up QB Hurries Fumbles Forced Kicks/Punts Blocked
13 14 0 0 0

Pros:
Instinctive and makes a lot of plays on the football (doesn’t always catch them, or catch them cleanly)…Has  been a very productive special teams player and that could continue at the next level…plays faster than he’ll probably time…plus hips to turn and run…willing run supporter (though not a great tackler)…does a good job of stripping the football…is built like a safety…has improved his strength since last year…back pedals well

Cons:

Doesn’t possess elite straight line speed…good, not great height….doesn’t catch the football as well as you’d like…overagressive

Round Projection:

Late first to mid second

Player Comparison:

Drayton Flornece, Buffalo Bills

Thoughts:

Flemming seems like a cornerback who will be at his best playing the football in front of him (zone coverage). He does a good job of breaking on the football when it’s being thrown in his direction because he has good recognition skills and because he can accelerate quickly and is willing tackler. He could excel as a special teamer, but he doesn’t have any elite measruables teams are looking at he’s just pretty good to good at everything.

Update:
Few players have impressed me as much as Fleming from the Bowl game until now. Flemming is stronger than I thought and has good recovery time speed.

Bio:

Productive two year special teams player for the Sooners, which will be extremely valuable going to the NFL level. 27 special teams tackles over the last two seasons are the best on the team. Had an excellent junior season where he intercepted five passes to go along with 71 tackles and a sack. Really emerged as a cover corner in 2010 and should continue to improve. Not the fastest cornerback or the most imposing physical specimen, but should be a starter in the NFL.

Video:

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