Fields named by the Good Works 2022 team

NORTHBROOK, Ill. – Stanford Fifth-Year Graduate Transfer patrick fields was named to the Allstate AFCA Good Works team on Monday. The 2022 roster includes 22 players – just 11 from the Football Bowl subdivision – and a head coach, honored for their outstanding contributions to their communities.

“For 31 years, the Allstate AFCA Good Works team has reminded us how to use our position in life – whatever it is – to uplift those around us,” said Tim Tebow, two-time national champion, Heisman Trophy winner and 2009. Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Member. “There are so many players at all levels of the game who are using their platforms for good, and it’s inspiring to see the variety of ways these young men are choosing to help better our society.”

Fields has been active in the Stanford community since joining the Cardinal program from Oklahoma in January. He planned and executed a three-day mentoring and networking event before Juneteenth in his hometown of Tulsa, Okla. The event brought together high school and college students with black business owners, leaders and mentors, with another primary goal of teaching students about the college admissions process and the financial resources available to them. Fields raised funds to make all three-day events free to those who attended and hopes to offer college scholarships through the event in the future.

While in Oklahoma, Fields founded the Black Wall Street Scholarship, working with the President of the OU National Black Alumni Association to create an endowment to provide scholarships to underrepresented and low-income students in the downtown Tulsa. In July 2021, Fields founded and coordinated the patrick fields Back to School Bash and football camp for economically vulnerable elementary school students in Tulsa. He is passionate about educating students, especially underrepresented students, about financial literacy, money management, credit, and personal branding, and founded Town Business to do just that at Tulsa.

A two-time graduate of Oklahoma, Fields is enrolled in Stanford’s Masters of Science in Management and Engineering program. He is the third cardinal in four seasons to be honored and the fourth in six years. He joins Treyjohn Butler (2020), Connor Wedington (2019) and Harrison Phillips (2017). Additionally, Stanford’s 2021 Wuerffel Trophy winner, Isaiah Sanderswas part of the Good Works team in 2019 while a senior at the Air Force Academy.


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