Fourth-year junior, veteran of special teams and listed No. 2 at left
tackle on post-spring depth chart... Former defensive lineman... Has
bench pressed 405 pounds and recorded 410-pound hang clean.
2011 (Sophomore): Played in all 13 games, serving on special teams
and as reserve offensive lineman... Saw snaps from scrimmage in six
games (Stephen F. Austin, Rice, Iowa State, at No. 3 Oklahoma State, vs.
Texas Tech and Valero Alamo Bowl vs. Washington).
2010 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in six of 13 contests as reserve
offensive lineman, on special teams and occasionally in backfield...
Earned first career letter... Played on line in four games, played
exclusively special teams in two others... Made collegiate debut in latter
stages of win over Buffalo in second week, played from scrimmage...
Also got in for scrimmage plays at Rice (fourth week), vs. Kansas (fifth
week) and vs. No. 23 Texas A&M (11th week)... Played only special
teams vs. Texas Tech (sixth week) and vs. Kansas State (eighth week)...
Moved to offense from defensive line during fall camp.
2009 (True Freshman): Sat out first season at Baylor and participated
on practice squad, redshirted to retain eligibility.
High School: Prep standout at W.H. Adamson High School in Dallas...
National position ranking: No. 57 by Rivals.com among strongside
defensive ends; No. 76 by Scout.com and No. 134 by ESPN.com among
defensive tackles... Ranked 79th-best recruit in Metroplex by Dallas
Morning News, No. 12 defensive lineman... Named to Lubbock Avalanche-
Journal State Top 100 recruiting list... Played for head coach Andy
Gutierrez at Adamson... 2008 first-team All-District 11-4A honoree as
senior... Invited to 2007 All-American Bowl Game Classic... Averaged
11.4 points and 9.2 rebounds as junior forward on Adamson basketball
team... Did not play football (basketball letterman) at Duncanville before
transferring to Adamson prior to junior season.
Personal: Son of Donald Fletcher and Regina Palmer... Full name is
Kelvin Ambrose Palmer... Born Oct. 23, 1990, in Dallas, Texas... Majoring
in general studies.