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Huskies Extend Offer to Oklahoma City cornerback

By Dan Raley,


This past offseason, University of Washington football recruiters pulled a cornerback out of the state of Oklahoma in Oklahoma State transfer Jabbar Muhammad and now they're working on another from the high school ranks.

They've offered LaDainian "Daedae" Fields from Southeast High in Oklahoma City, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound defender with impressive coverage credentials as well as bloodlines.

Using his long reach, Fields turned in a junior season in which he intercepted 6 passes and returned 2 of them for touchdowns, covering 48 and 47 yards.

He's also the cousin and Southeast High teammate for 5-foot-9, 187-pound running back Rodney Fields, a 1,147-yard rusher who has committed to play his college football at Oklahoma State.

Together, these two Fields scored 32 touchdowns for a 6-4 Spartans team in 2022. The powerful Rodney rolled up 22 scores, 17 on the ground, and the equally elusive LaDainian provided 10 more, two coming by kick returns, giving him four runbacks in all.

Athletically, LaDainian Fields does everything well. Last spring, he was part of a 4x100-meter relay team that won a state championship and this winter he became a 1,000-point scorer for the Southeast basketball team.

Fields' college football recruitment recently has shown an uptick. He holds eight offers from the UW, Washington State, San Diego State, Wyoming, Kent State, UTSA, North Texas and Abilene Christian. He's also taken visits to Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.

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