Posted September 02, 2012 on northwestern.scout.com
Entering his senior season, Northwestern receiver Demetrius Fields felt he was being overlooked among the Wildcats' loaded depth at wideout. The performance Fields provided during NU's season-opening win over Syracuse proves he shouldn't be overlooked anymore.
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