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Fields: Clemson-Louisville game 'one of the best ones'

Cornelius (N.C.) Hough 2019 cornerback Tyus Fields visited Clemson for the Tigers’ game against Louisville on Saturday.

Fields, the brother of Clemson cornerback Mark Fields, told The Clemson Insider he enjoyed his time on campus.

“I liked it,” Fields said. “It was a fun experience.”

Fields shared his thoughts on Clemson’s big 42-36 win.

“I thought the game was very exciting,” Fields said. “One of the best ones.”

Clemson’s crowd and its passion for the Tigers stood out to him.

“The fans and how energetic they are,” Fields said.

Fields, a sophomore, has early offers from Clemson, N.C. State and Tennessee. Clemson offered first on May 9.

The 5-foot-10, 170-pounder has a close relationship with Clemson defensive backs coach Mike Reed and was able to catch up with him Saturday.

What does Fields like about Clemson in short?

“The positive atmosphere,” he said.

Right now, the playing field for Field’s services is level.

“I would say they are equal with the rest of the schools,” Fields said of Clemson.

Mark has performed well in limited action as a sophomore thus far this season, recording four tackles and a pass breakup in 96 snaps.

“When he gets in I think he does a good job of doing what he is supposed to do,” Tyus said.

Clemson was Tyus’ first visit this season. He plans to return to Clemson for the N.C. State game on Oct. 15.

 

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