Midwest City High School (OK) three-star safety Evan Fields announced his commitment to Arizona State University this morning. He confirmed his commitment on Twitter shortly after announcing the decision at his high school.
I’m just getting started. I promise you Dad.🔱 pic.twitter.com/9EoY275wqX
— Evan Fields (@Evan4_) January 30, 2017
Fields gained a lot of traction in recent months, ending up with over 30 Division I offers. He narrowed down his list to six schools, which included Notre Dame, Oregon, TCU, Kansas State and UCLA, before finally deciding to head to the Grand Canyon State.
Fields carries a lot of motivation with him as his dad passed away when he was 10 years old. Ever since then, he has carried the weight of his and his dad’s dream: the dream of having a successful football career.
Now he carries this dream to Arizona State, where he will try to help a secondary that finished dead-last is passing defense, giving up 357.4 yards per game, according to cbssports.com.
Fields is ranked as the 45th best safety in the country and joins a recruiting class that now comes in as the 34th-ranked class in the nation and seventh in the Pac-12.
Edited by Joe Catapano
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