Houston QB favoring Big East school

Houston (Texas) Washington quarterback Joseph Fields has one school at the top of his list, but he admits, the decision is a long way away.
“I would put Syracuse in the top spot right now,” the 6-foot-1, 215-pound Fields said. “They have a history of athletic dual-threat style quarterbacks. That is something that is very nice to see. They have a good situation as far as the depth at the position if I were to go there next year, too.”
Fields, the No. 19 rated dual-threat quarterback in America by, has scholarship offers from the Orangemen, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Houston and Tulane. He also is receiving interest from Michigan and Tennessee.
“I don’t know which schools I will visit among those schools,” he said. “Syracuse will be one of my visits for sure since they are at the top of my list. But, I haven’t decided anything on what other schools will get visits from me.
“I’ll need to get them set and get them decided on so I can get them all done in time to graduate. I will be out of school in December. That way I can get to my college choice for spring drills and start working out with the team right away.”
Don’t look for a quick decision from Fields.
“It could take me a while to make the decision. I will take all five of my visits if I need to. I want to make sure I make the best choice I can. I won’t rush it just to get it done.”