Career: Played two years (2009-10) with the Wildcats before electing to transfer ... Also played center field one season (2010) for the NU baseball program ... Started seven games at running back and played in 23 ... Batted .292 with a team-best 15 doubles and 27 RBIs for the baseball 'Cats, who finished third in the 2010 Big Ten standings.
2010: True sophomore ... Started first four games at running back ... Three carries for 10 yards at Indiana ... Returned kickoffs for the first time in his career vs. Michigan State (one return for 21 yards) ... Seven carries for 16 yards vs. Central Michigan ... Gained 59 rushing yards on 17 attempts and caught one pass for 16 yards at Rice ... Set career highs with 22 carries and 98 yards while also making one catch for six yards vs. Illinois State ... 10 carries at Vanderbilt for (-7) yards ... Also the starting center fielder on Northwestern's baseball team.
2009: One of three true freshmen to play in 2009 ... Played in all 13 games with three starts ... NU's leading rusher with 302 net yards and five rushing TD's ... Led all running backs with five rushing scores ... Gained 28 yards on the ground vs. Wisconsin ... Against Illinois, gained 50 yards on nine carries (5.6 ypc) and scored on a 1-yard rush in the fourth quarter ... One carry for six yards at Iowa ... Against Penn State, caught one pass for six yards and rushed one time for five yards ... Gained 10 yards on five rushes and caught one pass for six yards vs. Indiana ... Two carries for five yards at Michigan State ... Rushed for 27 yards on 11 carries vs. Miami ... First career start came at Purdue where he rushed a career-high 18 times for 43 yards and one TD and caught four passes for 16 yards ... Carried the ball nine times vs. Minnesota for 43 yards and one TD while also catching two passes for 12 yards ... Gained 24 yards on two carries at Syracuse, including a career-long 25-yard scamper ... Against Eastern Michigan, ran seven times for a net gain of five yards and caught two passes for seven yards ... Rushed six times for 48 yards and two touchdowns in his collegiate debut against Towson ... Scored on runs of 2 and 22 yards vs. the Tigers.
High School: Rivals.com All-Region and SuperPrep All-Far West Region running back ... Ranked 35th nationally among all-purpose backs by Rivals.com and the 74th-best player overall from the state of California ... Ranked ninth among all running backs from California by Rivals.com ... Ranked 96th nationally among running backs by SuperPrep ... Ranked 141st among all players in the Far West Region (California, Nevada, Hawaii) by SuperPrep ... A 2008 first-team All-CIF, All-County, All-Southern Section, All-Valley and All-State running back ... Recipient of team's Mr. All-Purpose Award ... All-Daily Bulletin Prep Team ... Participant in the Western Section and Inland Valley All-Star games ... Helped Los Osos to a 10-3 record in 2008 and a state semifinal appearance ... Totaled 285 all-purpose yards (174 rushing, 50 receiving and 61 punt returns) in a regular-season win over Upland (same high school that 2009 NU signee Davion Fleming attended) ... Career-best rushing performance was 242 yards (39 carries) and 2 TD's vs. Etiwanda (288 all-purpose yards) ... Averaged 9.3 ypc (177 rushing yards) and 3 TD's in a win over Elsinore ... Totaled over 2,000 all-purpose yards in 2008 ... For his three-year career, totaled 2,959 rushing yards, 1,534 receiving yards and 50 touchdowns ... Notched 117 career tackles and four interceptions as a defensive back ... Also lettered in baseball as a centerfielder and second baseman ... Drafted in the 34th round of Major League Baseball's Amateur Draft in June, 2009 by the Atlanta Braves ... Team captain for both football and baseball ... Principal's Honor Roll ... Scholar-Athlete Award ... San Gabriel Valley NAACP Award ... Coached by Tom Martinez.
Personal: Born Arby Enrico Fields II ... Son of Arby Sr. and Josetti Fields ... Plans to play baseball (centerfielder) for the Wildcats as well.