Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville three-star cornerback Donnie Fletcher is ready for his first official visit this weekend to Boston College, but now that he's talking more with the college coaches it won't be his last.
"I've set up a visit to go to Boston College for this weekend," Fletcher, who is 6-foot and 169 pounds, said.
"I'm really excited for the visit. It'll be my first visit, and I don't know what really to expect. I've talked to a few of the guys that have been on visits before, and I know what's going to happen, but I'm excited since this is my first time."
But it won't be his last visit.
"I've set up one for Iowa for the Indiana game (Sept. 28 weekend)," he said. "That one is an official as well. Then I'll probably also visit Nebraska, West Virginia and I don't know about the last one."
Fletcher said at this point a solid core of Boston College, Iowa, Nebraska, West Virginia and Michigan State have emerged as his leaders. He has offers from all of those schools, plus offers from teams like N.C. State, Oklahoma State, Pittsburgh, Minnesota and Illinois.
"I want to take some quick visits before I commit," he said." I want to graduate early, and I've got the grades and stuff, so that's why I'm getting my visits set up now."
So what will the perfect school have?
"The coaching staff must be really good, and I must be able to related and like them," he said. "And then it'll also be just how I feel on campus."
Fletcher said he's been pleased with his play this season.
"I lead the team in tackles," he said. "I've been playing corner and a lot of safety too. I have like 30 tackles, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery."