Fletcher has the bloodline to be one of the best players in the state. His older brother, Tyler Adams, is a true freshman basketball player at Georgetown while his other brother, Nelson Adams, is committed to play football at Mississippi State. Recruiting-wise, he learned a lot by watching them be recruited.
"(Them being recruited) will help me a lot because I already know what the coaches want out of me and I know the importance of my grades," said Fletcher, who started as a freshmen this past season.
As of now, he's taking things easy recruiting-wise.
"I haven't really thought about what camps I'm going to," said Fletcher. "My head coach will get me into the camps."
As for what he brings to the field of play, playing hard is a key component of his overall game.
"My strengths as a football player are playing hard, coming off the line hard, going hard every play to the best of my ability," said Fletcher, who recorded 74 tackles at his defensive end position this past season.
Still a youngster, Fletcher realizes he has a lot to work on to be the player he wants to be.
"I need to work on my footwork and learn to use my hands better," said the youngster.
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