2011-12 (Junior): Named the MVC Newcomer of the Year and to the MVC's All-Newcomer team... Season field goal percentage of 57.2 percent (107-187) ranked 13th in WSU history... Also won the team award as the Shafer Dart Most Inspirational Player... Second-leading rebounder at 5.0 boards a game and sixth-leading scorer at 8.4 points a game... Scored a team-second 10 points against VCU in the NCAA Tournament... Led the team in rebounding eight times, including a season-high 13 against Creighton in Wichita... Led the team in scoring three times, including a season-high 19 against Cal State Fullerton... Had double-figure scoring 13 times... Named MVC Newcomer of the Week for the week of Nov. 28-Dec. 4 when he averaged 18 points and 5.5 rebounds in WSU's two victories — He scored a career-high 19 points and had eight rebounds in WSU's win against Fullerton, then had 17 points and three rebounds against UNLV on 70 percent (7-10) shooting... His lone double-double came against Creighton with 17 points to go with the 13 rebounds... Was granted an eligibility waiver by the NCAA...
2010-11 (Northwest Florida State): Named First-Team All-American after averaging 17.6 points a game, 9.6 rebounds per game and 2.3 blocks per game ... shot 59 percent from the field ...Panhandle Conference Player of the Year in 2011....Named to the All-Tournament team at the 2011 National JUCO tournament in Hutchinson.
2007-08 (Middle Georgia College): Played three games at Middle Georgia College in 2007-08 before a heart condition ended his basketball season and he was granted a medical hardship by the NJCAA... He then attended Middle Georgia in 2008-09 and did not play basketball, but played again in 2009-10... He then transferred to Northwest Florida State Community College for the 2010-11 season.
Personal: Son of Jackie Fields... Has a brother, Tavon, 16; and a sister, Quanesha, 21... Born March 29, 1989... Majoring in Sociology.