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“The whole recruiting process has surely been a blessing, to say the least,” Patrick Fields said. “What's stood out the most is just how hard colleges have been pushing for me like contacting my folks and me.”
Fields will visit Texas Longhorns on February 25th for junior day.
“I want to just really see how the coaches are in person you know,” Fields said. “I want to see what type of vibe they give off, and I’m planning on meeting 2017 signees Kobe B and Josh T so that’ll be a good deal and I just want to see how family like it is. I already know how well of an academic school they are so really just those things. I am going with my uncle, mom and grandpa, and teammate.”
The Texas coaching staff has made Fields and his family a priority for the class of 2018.
“I'm in contact w Coach Huff, Naivar, and Warehime the most,” Fields said. “I honestly expect them to bring nothing but success to the program; I like them all especially Huff because he's easy to relate to being a former player.”
Wherever Fields ends up, fans can expect a lot over his collegiate career.
“Fans can expect to see an ambitious and intelligent young man who carries himself respectfully and will do anything for the program, city, and fans,” Fields said. “For on the field what's understood doesn't need to be explained. I'm trying to retire my family, so I'm coming with everything I have.”