Justin Fields Becomes New NFL Addition; Who Drafted Him?

Justin Fields is an American footballer who committed to playing for the University of Georgia in 2017.

Later, in 2019 he transferred to Ohio State University.

When Justin Fields did start his career? What is his age? Learn more about Justin Field’s height, High school, Injury, and career in the following article.

Justin Fields Bio; Age, Family, Height

Born on March 5, 1999, Justin’s age is 22 years. He hails from Kennesaw, Georgia, and possesses the zodiac sign Pisces.

Justin’s parents divorced when he was in his young age.

His father Ivant Fields then re-married lawyer Jo-Ann Claudrick Fields. Meanwhile, his biological mother Gina Tobey supported him a lot for his career.

He has two half younger sisters: Jaiden, a softball player at the University of Georgia, and Jessica.

The athlete stands at the height of 6 feet 3 inches. His body weight measures around 228 lbs.


Initially, after 2 years of joining Harrison High School Georgia, Justin totaled 4,187 passing yards, 41 passing touchdowns, 2,096 rushing yards, and 28 rushing touchdowns.

He became a nationally recognized football player of the country.

Later, earning all-state honors in Georgia, ESPN rated him as “No.1 overall recruit of the nation”.

In 2017, Justin attended the Elite 11 quarterback competition and was named MVP of the event.

Field transferred to Ohio State and later, was granted immediate eligibility for the 2019 season by the NCAA (The National Collegiate Athletic Association).

In 2020, he appeared as a leading candidate for the Heisman Trophy.


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Likewise, on January 18, 2021, Fields announced that he would be forgoing his final year of eligibility to enter the 2021 NFL Draft.


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He was drafted by the Bears in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, who traded up to select him.

Justin Fields Injury

Justin suffered a rib injury in the BCS Playoffs against Clemson, where he sustained a mid-section helmet hit which resulted in a rib injury vs. a hip pointer combination.

Besides, he’s also had a right thumb sprain in the Big Ten Championship in December 2020.

According to the doctor looking after him, Fields should have more than enough time to get healthy and ready for NFL training camp.

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