In landing five-star Justin Fields, Georgia nets a transcendent quarterback

Justin Fields is the best quarterback prospect I’ve ever seen.

One of the first high school football games I covered in this industry featured a kid named Andrew Luck at Houston Stratford. I watched Jameis Winston up close for several days at the Elite 11. I watched Deshaun Watson at The Opening Finals. I invited Sam Darnold to the Army All-American Bowl. I’ve seen some good ones, but Fields is the best. And with his pledge on Friday, the best I’ve ever seen is heading to Georgia.

The thumbnail sketch for Fields is 6-foot-3, 225 pounds, a 4.5-second 40-yard dash, No. 1 player in the country and a native of Kennesaw, Georgia. He’s strong and physical with the ability to shrug off defensive linemen. He’s fast with that blazing 40 time and a propensity to leap over defenders. He’s precise as a thrower and he has a huge arm.

If you want a comparison, he’s in the Deshaun Watson mold, and like Watson, he’s much more than a sum of his stats. Fields is a winner. As a junior, he led his Harrison High School team to its first playoff win since 2010. He’s 18-6 as a starter at a program that is 27-39 without Fields since 2009.

This summer, I had the pleasure of watching Fields compete at

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