Boston College had a very rough 2011 football season. The Eagles finished with a 4-8 record and put up abysmal numbers on offense. If there was one semi-bright spot, it was on defense, where the team ranked 44th overall in the FBS in points against. Much of that had to do with the men playing cornerback.
One of those cornerbacks is Donnie Fletcher, who just wrapped up his final, Senior season. Fletcher’s interceptions and tackles were down this year, but it might have been because quarterbacks did not want to throw in his direction.
Fletcher recently signed with Neil Schwartz and Jonathan Feinsod of Schwartz and Feinsod. It seems to be a good fit for Fletcher, as Schwartz and Feinsod only represent one other cornerback, and he happens to be a pretty good one playing for the New York Jets (Darrelle Revis). NFLDraftScout.com currently projects Fletcher as a 3-4 round pick.