All, Here's something on Undrafted Free agent Dane Fletcher, that intrigues me. He was the Big Sky Conference Defensive MVP, and all time Big Sky sack record holder. Under the Radar: Dane Fletcher | Blog | BlitzNation "With plenty of 3-4 defensive teams looking for players to rush the passer, there is no doubt that Montana State sack artist Dane Fletcher will be on their radars. At 6â1â 245lbs. Fletcher had a spectacular workout at his pro day running the 40 yard dash in 4.61 seconds, doing the short shuttle in 4.35 seconds, and had a 6.93 time in the three cone drill. His explosion was further illustrated with a 36-inch vertical leap to go along with a 9â3â broad jump. In such a compact frame, Fletcher also showcased above average strength hoisting 29 reps at 225lbs. on the bench press. This collection of numbers along with his non-stop motor and amazing level of production as the Big Sky Conferenceâs all-time leader in sacks makes Fletcher an ideal fit as a 3-4 outside linebacker. With his great work ethic throughout his collegiate career the transition should be a breeze for this elite athlete. One thing that could derail his bid for an NFL dream is the injury bug which bit him quite often during his time at Montana State and those concerns will follow him to the next level. Although he put up huge numbers during his time in school, Fletcher rarely dominated games and scouts may question whether he has the elite ability necessary to be an NFL player. Obviously the idea of transitioning to the 3-4 scheme is easier on paper than it may be to execute as Fletcher has very little experience in coverage and will definitely have a steep learning curve coming into the league. His value as a high motor player and even on special teams as he blocked two kicks during last season could get him drafted in the latter part of the 6th round or maybe in round 7. NFL teams are always quick to flock to a hot commodity and his stock is currently on the rise after a stellar pro day performance. A number of names will be called during Aprilâs NFL Draft that seem to be from out of left field, but donât let Dane Fletcherâs be one of them. Keep looking out for more Under the Radar players shooting up draft boards or quietly lurking in the depth of this class that could make a huge impact over the coming years on Sundays." Would love to see any links you all have on him or other undrafted free agents.