To say Oaks High School graduate did it all when it came to sports is a mild understatement.  

Whether it was catching passes for touchdowns, stealing the basketball and going up for an athlete layup or hitting one of his smooth three point shots, Fields played every sport for the Warriors.

Now, as he moves on to college, he turns his attention to his future - running cross country and track at Haskell Indian University in Lawrence, Kansas.

"It feels great. Like starting a brand new chapter in life," said Fields.

Fields played every sport possible at Oaks.

In cross country he finished in the top 20 at the state meet his junior season. He also got to run in the Meet of Champions that season and the Oklahoma-Arkansas dual race.

During his senior season he was part of the eight man all-state football team. He played basketball, ran track and also played baseball.

But it was his love for running that decided his future.

"The coach from Haskell wanted me to run," Fields said. "So I thought about it and went and toured the campus. I decided that's where I wanted to go without a doubt.

"I plan to run cross country and focus on school."

The son of Danita Fields, the Fields said his family supports his decision.

"I want to make my family proud and and walk away with a degree," Fields said. "My family are the most important people in my life and I always try my best to make them proud. And I will again with this great opportunity."

Another bonus for Fields, he will go to college with his long-time girlfriend Makayla Whorton, who also plans to run cross country for the Indians.

"I think it is awesome that my girlfriend will be by my side," Fields said. 

Family is important to Fields. His mother pushes him to achieve his goals.

"I am proud he has taken this opportunity to further his education and I feel this will most certainly be a life-changing experience to something he enjoys and that is running," said Danita Fields.