Fields signs his Clemson LOI
|Wednesday, February 4, 2015, 9:17 AM- -|
4-star defensive back
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Fields has offers from Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Mississippi, North Carolina, NC State, Ohio State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Wake Forest and others.
He was selected to the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl and was invited to "The Opening" camp and was the fastest player at the event. However, he did not participate in the All-American bowl due to a broken finger.
Fields visited Clemson for the Orange and White game on 4/13/13 and also attended the 2013 Dabo Swinney football camp. He is the son of former NFL linebacker Mark Fields Sr.
Official Clemson bio:
Consensus top-150 national player ... U.S. Army All-American Bowl selection, the first person from his high school to be selected, but did not play due to injury ... won the Fastest Man competition at The Opening ... ... No. 95 player and No. 9 defensive back in the nation and No. 4 player in North Carolina by 247 Sports ... No. 106 player and No. 14 defensive back in the nation and No. 3 player in North Carolina by Scout.com ... No. 113 player and No. 10 defensive back in the nation and No. 5 player in North Carolina by Rivals.com ... No. 163 player and No. 15 defensive back in the nation and No. 6 player in North Carolina by ESPN ... had 45 tackles, two interceptions and a recovered fumble as a senior ... had 32 tackles and three interceptions along with 105 yards and one touchdown on 10 carries and 160 yards on four punt returns, including a 65-yard return, as a junior ... teammate of fellow signee Van Smith ... coached by Miles Aldridge, who was linebackers coach under Clemson Head Coach Danny Ford in the 1980s ... recruited by Danny Pearman and Mike Reed ... signed Feb. 4, 2015 ... son of former Washington State and Carolina Panther linebacker Mark Fields, who was a first-round pick (No. 13 overall) of the 1995 draft by the New Orleans Saints; played in two Pro Bowls ... born Oct. 10, 1996.