Freshman Year Preview (2013-2014): Lefthander with a great skill package • More of a true wing • Handles ball well and shoots well • Coach Boyle’s says: “He’s really a good passer for his position. He’s long, athletic, runs the floor well and is great in transition. We think he’ll fit in very well with what we’re looking to do here. Bottom line is, he can do a lot different things to help you win.”
Lincoln HS: Is the all-time leading scorer in the Abes history • Senior year averaged 21 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per game • Helped lead Lincoln to a 23-4 record and third place finish in the state tournament • 3A state player of the year, also first-team all-state, first-team all-league • Three West Central District and Narrows League championships three of four years • Over his four years, the Abes were 82-21 (.796), including a 63-12 mark (.840) during this sophomore, junior, senior years 2013 Rivals.com three-star prospect: No. 26 small forward and No. 143 overall • Scout.com: Ranked as a top-100 player (No. 90) nationally for 2013 • Junior season, was named MVP of the Narrows League, as well as first team all-area and second-team all-state • Averaged 18 points, 11 rebounds and five assists in Lincoln’s 18-8 season • Scholarship offers came from Arizona State, Washington State, UCLA, Boise State, Cal Poly, Gonzaga, Oregon State and Santa Clara • Played AAU ball with the Northwest Panthers, whose coach, Gary Ward, called Fletcher “a legitimate 6-foot-6 with a 6-foot-9 wingspan • Multi-skilled, played some one, some two and some three (positions). Ward also described Fletcher as “crafty” and “sometimes a little too unselfish, he is a really good player.”
Academics: Intended college major is physiology • Also interested in communication.
Personal: Born October 5, 1994 • Son of Bobby Ann Fletcher • Is the youngest of four children • Wore jersey number 4 in high school • Biggest moment of high school was trailing by 21 points in the fourth quarter and winning the district championship • “I feel like Colorado is a good fit for me. I love the coaches, the players and the system. I feel like I am a very versatile player. I can guard positions one through three, I can shoot it, I can dribble it and I can pass it. I think colleges like my length, too. I can get in and bang with the fours and fives, too. I just need to put on a little bit more muscle and get my dribbling better and I will be set.”