Coach Mangurian on Alec Fisher: Trustworthy and dependable as a returner on both punt and kickoffs. Increased value as emergency depth at running back, but primary role will be as a returner. Needs to improve as the off returner as a blocker when he doesn’t have the ball. Good mentor for Trevor Bell. Fish is a vocal emotional player and has gained our trust in this important role.
2012: Played in nine games as a punt and kick returner … returned 10 kickoffs for 186 yards with a long of 28 yards … returned 14 punts for 118 yards with a long of 30 yards … was first in the Ivy League in punt return average (8.4 yards) … led the Ivy League with the longest punt return of 37 yards … brought back four kick-offs for 94 yards, including his 28-yarder against Princeton … had a pair of punt returns for 24 yards at the Penn … returned a punt 30 yards versus Yale.
2011: Played in nine games ... averaged 61.7 total yards per game ... returned 26 kicks for 492 yards with an average of 18.9 yards per return ... returned 12 punts for 54 yards with a long of 42 yards.
At The Bishop's School: First team All-Coastal League defensive back in 2009 ... first team All-Coastal League running back in 2010 ... Coastal League Offensive Player of the Year in 2010 ... second team All-San Diego County running back in 2010 ... first team All-California Division 4 running back in 2010 ... California State Player of the Year Division 4 ... amassed 1722 yards and 28 touchdowns in 2009 ... adding 1913 yards and 35 touchdowns 2010.
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