Clemson football cornerback Mark Fields will have the opportunity to break into the NFL Draft with a solid performance at the 2019 combine.
Clemson football had 11 players invited to the NFL Combine this season.
Among those 11 Tigers was cornerback Mark Fields.
Though Fields was not a starter the vast majority of the time as a Tiger, he still has some interesting film and did enough things right- especially towards the end of his career- to warrant getting a look from NFL scouts.
Let’s continue our series looking at the 11 Clemson football players that will participate in the NFL Combine by giving a profile for Mark Fields.
2019 NFL Combine Profile:
Name: Mark Fields
Weight: 180 pounds
Draft Stock: Lat-rounder, Undrafted
How will he perform?
Mark Fields never really developed into a starter-level player during his Clemson football career. Despite the fact that he didn’t start very often for the Tigers, Fields is still an interesting NFL prospect.
He played what most consider to be the best game of his career against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the National Championship game. With an injured Trayvon Mullen, Fields came in during the second half of the game and played really well.
He struggled with the injury bug during his time as a Tiger, so hopefully that can be worked out. I don’t expect him to be drafted in the mid-rounds, but Fields could show up and perform well at the combine and work his way up into becoming a draft pick.
Teams like the measureables and if he can prove that he has some of the skill sets at the combine that a scout is looking for, there may be a chance that we see a team take a chance on Fields in the 6th or 7th round of the NFL Draft.