2005: Fifth-year senior J Fields is listed as Baylor's No. 1 H receiver entering the season ... One of three Bears who will play with degree in hand this year having received his bachelor's degree in telecommunications from Baylor in May 2005.
2004: Fields caught 11 passes for 107 yards and no touchdowns in 11 appearances as a junior to earn his second letter ... Averaged 9.7 yards per reception to rank No. 6 on the squad ... Had a career-high four receptions for 34 yards at Oklahoma State ... Also had two catches for 12 yards against Texas A&M ... His 29-yard grab vs. Texas State was a career-long ... Made lone start of season (second of career) against North Texas ... Played 266 snaps ... Named to spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2003: Appeared in all 12 games to earn his first varsity letter ... Made first career start at top-ranked Oklahoma ... Caught nine passes for 141 yards on the year with no scores ... Averaged a team-high 15.7 yards per reception ... Grabbed three passes for 57 yards at North Texas, recording career-highs in both categories ... Had at least one reception in five of BU's last six games, including each of the last four ... Hauled in a career-long 26-yard reception at North Texas ... Also had three rushes for 18 yards with a long run of nine yards.
2002: Saw action in seven games as a redshirt freshman, but did not record any statistics ... Did not play in the first four contests, but appeared in seven of last eight games.
2001: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Caprock High School, Amarillo, Texas ... Tallied 140 receptions for 2,370 yards in three-year varsity career ... Caught 60 passes for 824 yards and six touchdowns as a senior ... Amarillo Globe News Super Team pick ... Two-time first-team all-district wide receiver ... Named first-team all-state after leading all 4A receivers with 56 receptions, 1,174 yards and 12 touchdowns as a junior ... Preseason third-team selection on the 2000 Texas Football Super Team ... Rated the state's fifth-best wide receiver by Texas Football magazine and was a member of the Texas Top 300 ... Longhorns improved their win total in each of Fields' three varsity seasons ... Also a standout basketball player, he earned a pair of first-team all-district honors as a guard and captained the team as a junior and senior ... Three-year honor roll member ... Coached by John Gleason at the District 3-4A school.
Personal: The son of Robert Davis and Nelda Fields, Anthony J Fields was born Sept. 22, 1982, in Memphis, Texas ... Telecommunications graduate has sights set on becoming president of a marketing or advertising company