John  Fields

25John Fields


Fayetteville, N.C.

Last College:
UNC Wilmington

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 222


Season GP-GS Min/Gm FG % 3-Pt % FT % RPG APG TO BPG SPG PPG
2010-11 34-18 11.6 .587 -- .464 3.0 0.2 0.5 1.2 0.3 2.6
Season GP-GS Min FGM-A 3PM-A FTM-A Off Def Rebs PF-FO Asst TO Blk Stl Points
2010-11 34-18 394 37-63 -- 13-28 52 49 101 71-3 6 18 41 10 87
2010-11 - Senior

Appeared in 34 games with 18 starts and led the Vols in field-goal percentage (.587) and blocked shots (41) ... Averaged 2.6 points and 3.0 rebounds in 11.6 minutes per game ... 51.5 percent of his rebounds came on the offensive glass (52 of 101) ... Finished his NCAA career with 204 blocks in 114 games (at three different schools) ... His 15 multi-block games were the most by a Vol since Wayne Chism had 15 in 2007-08 ... Was UT's starting center in 18 of the last 19 games and was the first Vol off the bench 13 times prior to assuming a starter's role ... Blocked five shots in 19 minutes during the win vs. LSU (1/26/11) ... The home Florida game (1/11/11) marked his first start as a Vol, and he logged six points and six rebounds in 21 minutes while shooting 3-for-3 from the field ... Tied a season-high with eight points at Arkansas (1/8/11) while also grabbing six rebounds and blocking a pair of shots off the bench ... Scored eight points and grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds in just 13 minutes while making his UT debut against Chattanooga (11/12/10).

2009-10 - Junior (UNC Wilimgton)

Averaged a team-best 8.7 rebounds per game while ranking second on the squad with 10.2 points per contest ... Led the team in rebounding 19 times and scoring eight times while also shooting better than 53 percent from the floor in 26 games ... Started 25 games last season and scored a career-high 22 points in a win over VMI ... Set a single-game school record for rebounds with 21 against Towson ... Also set a school record for blocks in a season with 59 ... Led the Seahawks with 33 slam dunks, while UNCW opponents managed just47 total dunks on the season.

2008-09 - Redshirt

Sat out the 2008-09 season while fulfilling NCAA Division I transfer residency requirements.

2007-08 - Sophomore (East Carolina)

Appeared in 29 of ECU's 30 games and averaged 23.8 minutes per contest ... Averaged 9.6 ppg and 5.4 rpg to rank second on the team in both categories ... Led the Pirates in field-goal percentage (.557), free throws made (82) and attempted (151) and blocked shots (56) ... Scored in double-figures 13 times and led ECU in scoring seven times ... His two-year blocks total of 104 while at ECU rank second all-time in the school's records book.

2006-07 - Freshman (East Carolina)

Named to Conference USA All-Freshman Team while ranking third on the team in scoring with 9.5 ppg ... Played in 25 games, averaging 27.2 minutes, 5.9 rebounds and 1.9 blocks ... His 48 blocked shots led the team, as did his .624 field-goal percentage and his 134 free-throw attempts.

High School

Graduated from Jack Britt High School in Fayetteville, N.C., where he was coached by Ike Walker ... Led Cumberland County in scoring with 17 ppg as a senior and shared the county lead in rebounding with 10 rpg en route to second-team Associated Press All-State honors ... Also was named the Fayetteville Observer's Cape Fear Region Player of the Year and earned All-Mid-Southeastern Conference honors as a senior ... Suffered a knee injury in the championship game of the Class AAAA Mid-Southeastern Conference tournament, forcing him to miss the state playoffs and the Carolina Classic All-Star Game ... Was a teammate at Jack Britt HS of current NC State forward C.J. Williams ... Began his high school career at Fayetteville Academy.

High School

Full name is Johnathan Bailey Fields ... Born May 30, 1988, in Woodbridge, Va. ... Parents are Bailey and Regina Fields ... Academic major is Sport psychology (M.S.) ... Has already earned his undergraduate degree in Communications studies from UNC Wilmington and is currently taking graduate-level courses at UT ... Recipient of the LoJac Athletic Scholarship Endowment.



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