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6-2 / 186
Served as the team's holder and on special teams...appeared in seven games before injuring his hamstring; came back for the bowl game against Nevada for his eighth appearance.
Appeared in all 13 games...caught two touchdown passes and punted twice on the season for 68 yards...caught a six-yard touchdown pass against NC State...caught two passes for 33 yards, including his first collegiate touchdown reception against Northeastern in the season opener...recipient of The Jack Bicknell, Sr. Scholarship.
Appeared in all 14 games and played three different positions, punter, wide receiver, and holder...for the last three games of the season, he was listed on the depth chart at four positions, including backup quarterback...primarily used as a situational punter, kicking 16 times for 530 yards, a 33.1 average...pinned opponents inside the 20-yard line seven times...had a punt for 31 yards inside the 20 against Vanderbilt in the Music City Bowl...recorded two punts for 62 yards (31.0 average) against Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship Game...completed first collegiate pass for a touchdown on a fake field goal against Maryland...registered two punts for 70 yards (35.0 average) at Florida State...recorded three punts for 95 yards (31.7 average) against Notre Dame...punted once for 38 yards against Clemson and 32 yards against Rhode Island...recorded three punts for 115 yards (38.3 average) against Georgia Tech...recorded one punt for 34 yards, pinning Kent State on their own four-yard line in the first quarter.
Moved to wide receiver and backup punter before the 2007 season began...made three catches for 26 yards...in the come-from-behind victory at Virginia Tech, participated in a trick play that allowed him to make his first-career pass attempt...in second appearance at wide receiver, caught a pass from Matt Ryan for a season-best 10 yards in win over Army...played his first collegiate game vs. Wake Forest and caught two passes for 16 yards.
A quarterback and kicker, he missed much of his senior season after suffering a leg injury just prior to the start of the season; returned to the line-up for the final two games of the regular season; then helped Natick to two playoff wins, including the Eastern Mass. Division 2 Super Bowl title ... kicked two goals - of 25 and 32 yards - to lead the Redmen to an 8-3 championship-game victory over Foxboro ... served as team captain for head coach Tom Lamb ... also starred on the school's basketball and baseball teams, earning All-Bay State League honors in both sports ... also served as team captain in both sports.
William Richard Flutie, born November 14, 1987... enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ... Billy and his three siblings are the children of Donna and Bill Flutie.