Tulsa: A returning letterwinner and starter . . . transferred to Tulsa from Trinity Valley College prior to the 2003 campaign . . . 2003 -- Played in 11 contests and started eight games . . . was credited with 47 tackles, including 31 solos . . . missed the Rice and Louisiana Tech games with an injury . . . returned to the lineup against San Jose State and had three tackles . . . was the team-leader with four interceptions for 97 return yards and had five pass breakups . . . completed the season ranked second in the WAC and 44th nationally in interceptions . . . had his four interceptions in consecutive home games ---- Texas State, Arkansas State, Hawaii and Nevada . . . had a career-high 10 tackles and one interception for 36 yards vs. Texas State . . . also had eight stops, one stop for -2 yards and one pass breakup against Boise State . . . Overall -- Possesses excellent quickness . . . has good instincts for the position . . . has very good man-to-man coverage skills.
Junior College: Was a two-year letterwinner at Trinity Valley Community College . . . helped his team post a two-year record of 20-3 . . . his team was ranked fifth nationally in 2002 . . . earned first-team all-conference and all-region honors as a cornerback . . . his junior college coach was Chuck Langston.
High School: Played his prep football at Cleveland High School.
Personal: Mother is Cynthia Fletcher . . . majoring in exercise sport science . . . born October 20, 1981.
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