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Diamond Talk: Danquarian Fields, DB, Grambling State University | BIG, PHYSICAL ATHLETE from the BOOT

Grambling State has a huge defensive back with has the speed to track down the ball and take it to the house.

Danquarian Fields is a fun player to watch on film. The 6030 defensive back from Grambling State is a bright player.  The Kinesiology major is hoping to continue his playing career in the NFL. Fields has everything scouts want, he has the size, he is physical and the Arcadia, Louisiana native is hungry.

The Arcadia High School product, played football, basketball, baseball and was on the track and field team every year for the Hornets.  He helped lead his team to the state Championship and they won his senior year.

Fields played seven games his freshman year, tallying five unassisted tackles.  In 2017, he appeared in every game at DB, registered 26 tackles including 15 solo stops and recorded one pass break up.

Last year, Fields came into his own, playing in 9 games and registering 60 tackles to lead his team.  He also had 1.5 tackles for loss an interception and a pass break-up. Teams were not throwing to his side of the ball. He seems to always be around the ball though, registering a team high three fumble recoveries.

Danquarian Fields is a track guy and has speed.  His Grambling Track team came in 7th placed in the 100 relay with a 42:09 at the SWAC Outdoor T&F Championship this year on May 3.

I feel Fields can be a good defensive back and special teams player in the NFL. He will get a shot, and with a big year he could hear his name called.

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