2016 NFL Draft
  Bryan Fletcher
Bryan Fletcher

Player Profile

St. Louis, MO

High School:
Hazelwood East

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 235

Tight End


UCLA — This season, Fletcher figures to be one of the top tight ends in the Pac-10 and on the West Coast because of his athletic ability and experience … He possesses outstanding athleticism as well as toughness, enabling him to play the H-back (motion) position as well as tight end … He is equally adept in the running and passing games … He enjoyed a productive Spring Practice … Bryan is also a tremendous asset on several special teams units.

2000 — As a junior, Fletcher led the tight ends with 10 receptions, an average of 14.4 yards per catch, and two touchdowns … He played all 12 games, starting once, and played at least 30 snaps eight times, including 51 versus Alabama, 43 at California and 40 against Fresno State … At California, Fletcher made three receptions for 42 yards, including first-half touchdowns of 15 and four yards … He was the first Bruin tight end to catch two touchdown passes in a game since Mike Grieb did it against USC in 1997 … Fletcher had two receptions for 39 yards, including a tackle-breaking 30-yarder, against Oregon State … Also played on virtually all of the special teams units.

1999 — As a third-year sophomore, Fletcher played well during the first half of the season, making all nine of his receptions in the first six games … Suffered a sprained ankle that hampered him for the remainder of the year … In the final five contests, he did not play a single offensive snap in three of the games and played a total of five snaps in the other two … Started three games (Boise State, Ohio State and Oregon) … Played 50 snaps versus Fresno State and 40 against Oregon … Made a career-high three receptions against Oregon and two each versus Boise State and Ohio State.

1998 — Saw action as a redshirt freshman, mostly in multiple tight end formations … Appeared in 11 of 12 games on offense … Played double figure snaps on three occasions — 16 at Washington, 13 versus Washington State and 10 against Texas … Did not make a reception … Also played on several of the special teams units and was a regular on the kickoff return and punt return squads … Was credited with two returns for four yards on squib kick situations.

1997 — Did not see action in his first year at UCLA.

HIGH SCHOOL — Lettered three years at Hazelwood East High School in St. Louis, MO for coach Rick Gorzynski … Played tight end and linebacker … PrepStar All-American and All-Region selection … Chosen to SuperPrep All-Midlands squad … Ranked on the National Recruiting Advisor Midwest Top 100 … Cornwell All-American … Picked first-team All-Suburban North Conference as a linebacker and tight end as a senior … As a senior, he caught 22 passes for 519 yards and seven touchdowns … Second on his team in tackles with 67, including 40 solos, three sacks, two interceptions and two fumbles recovered … Had 15 grabs as a junior for 215 yards and a touchdown … Named to the All-Suburban North Conference first-team at tight end … Team went 14-0 and won State title in his junior season … Also earned two letters as a center in basketball for coach Terry Maxwell.

PERSONAL — ? Full Name: Bryan Jamaile Fletcher … Parents: Hosea and Edna Fletcher … Born: March 23, 1979 in St. Louis, MO … Has three brothers — Myron, Terrell (a running back for the San Diego Chargers) and Shaun — and one sister, Tracy … Favorite class is English … Enjoys playing basketball in his spare time … Lists brother Terrell as the athlete he most admires. … English major.

Varsity Statistics - B. Fletcher