Grand Blanc (Mich.) safety Jordan Fields committed to Central Michigan in July over offers from the likes of Kansas and Kentucky. Now, the 6-1, 175-pound Fields has even more options to consider.
"Penn State, Iowa, Minnesota, Syracuse - those teams are starting to go after me," Fields reported. "Syracuse [offered], Iowa and Penn State are talking about it, Notre Dame talked about it a little bit and Michigan State still has me on their list."
Getting Fields to reconsider his commitment to Central Michigan, though, will not be easy. His father attended the Mount Pleasant based school and some of his father's former coaches are still on staff there. For now, Fields is satisfied with his commitment to the Chippewas.
"I'm still committed 100 percent to them," he said. "It's probably going to be CMU, but who knows where my mind is going to be in a couple months because things change."
Part of the reason why Fields continues to draw more interest from schools despite having already made a commitment is because he is having an outstanding senior season. Playing both sides of the football, Fields had recorded 33 catches for over 600 yards and five touchdowns and offense and five interceptions with more than 30 tackles.
Grand Blanc finished off their regular season with a 7-2 record, their only two losses coming by a combined six points. They will face Holt this weekend in the first round of the Division 1 state playoffs.
"We feel like we can beat any team in the state," Fields commented. "We played some good competition in the first few games, but we know how much talent we have on our team and we're just trying to work hard every day to make states possible for us."