The snarl will live on long after Admiral Schofield's Tennessee basketball career ends. Schofield paused, looked back over his shoulder and turned up his nose back toward the court, as if he was already reminiscing about what he had just done to the Zags. “At the end of the day, I feel like my name fits my personality as a leader, just who I am: a dominant personality. [21][22], Schofield was drafted in the 4th round of the 2010 NFL Draft, 130th overall, by the Arizona Cardinals.

Since Schofield was injured, he was considered a good value because his talent level was near first round draft choice level. Game Logs.

Battleship: 6 Aug 1943: 9 Dec 1943: HMS King George V (41) Capt. But Anthony trusted Barnes and his staff. This was his day. Admiral Schofield the basketball player wasn’t named after Admiral Schofield the admiral, and has admitted that he hasn’t always loved … "I played every position in football, and I was pretty good I just didn't love it." Barnes told Schofield and the team that, when his game-winning shot went up, a play drawn up to get the ball in his hot hand, Barnes knew it was going in because all he could think of was all the hard work Schofield had put in. He was coached by Rick Barnes while playing for Tennessee. He trusted the work of strength coach Garrett Medenwald. Admiral Schofield Is A Member Of . [44] His uncle Andre Carter played safety at Clemson. I’m very proud of them for that.”. On national television. He also accumulated 4 forced fumbles. I want to do different things to impact winning.".

I think Grant Williams would tell you that it helped him, knowing that Admiral had to do what he had to on that treadmill to get himself into shape. His brother O'Brien Schofield is a linebacker who won a Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks. Against the No. Although he’s sometimes referred to as Jelly by his teammates as part of the “PB&J” duo with star forward Grant Williams, his name and experience as the son of a senior chief has helped drive him to succeed on the court. Light cruiser: 27 Feb 1940: 1 Mar 1941: HMS Duke of York (17) Capt. He was born in London while his father Anthony was stationed there with the U.S. Navy.

By clicking “I agree” below, you consent to the use by us and our third-party partners of cookies and data gathered from your use of our platforms. CBS Sports is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc. The Wizards wanted to make the most of the 2019 NBA Draft and knew that adding just one prospect in such a loaded class wasn't enough. "I played (football) up until my junior year," Schofield said. As a fifth year redshirt senior defensive end for the 2009 Wisconsin Badgers he ranked second in the nation in tackles for a loss (TFLs) and second in the Big Ten Conference in quarterback sacks. He’s prepared for that.”. Admiral and the Vols will take on Purdue at 7:29 p.m. for a spot in the Elite Eight, a game that will be televised on TBS. He’s a player that lives for the big moments and taking the big shots. “Ever since then, I identified as Admiral.” Schofield stated. It wasn’t a given in the Schofield family. Let’s just keep working at it.

The next emotion for his father is for what’s ahead. I just felt, more than anything, I had to be something. underline indicates incomplete record; Transactions. He scored 23 points and had 18 rebounds in his final high school game for Zion-Benton in the Class 4A Regional Championship. [10] He ranked second in the nation in TFLs/game. "Wisconsin Football Commitment List 2005", "Wisconsin Football Recruiting Commits 2005", "Illinois star commits to UW – Schofield is related to ex-Packer Holliday", "Main ingredient to '04 titles: Defense – 6 of 11 on All-State unit in state finals", "2004–05 Boys All-Lake County Basketball Team", "Team: Wisconsin; Year: 2009 Thru 01/07/10; Player: O'Brien Schofield", "An inspirational journey: UW's Schofield motivated after loss of his brother", "The Automated ScoreBook: 2009 Big Ten Conference Individual Statistics Through games of Jan 08, 2010", "Bowl Subdivision (FBS) National Player Report: Tackles for Loss: Year: 2009", "Big Ten Announces 2009 Football All-Conference Teams and Individual Honors", "2009 CFN All-America Defense & Special Teams", "Wisconsin's Clay and Schofield, Northwestern's Demos and Penn State's Boone Nab Weekly Football Laurels: Badgers' running back and defensive end sweep offensive and defensive player of the week awards", "Big Ten Weekly Football Release – Nov. 9: Iowa, Ohio State, Penn State and Wisconsin Still Battling for Big Ten Title With Two Weekends Left", "Big Ten well represented in East-West Shrine game: Wisconsin's O'Brien Shofield wins East defensive MVP", "Schofield stands out in Shrine Game prep", "Schofield on the move: The switch from DE to LB hasn't been easy, but the Wisconsin star is making it work", "Wisconsin DE O'Brien Schofield tore his left ACL on the first day of Senior Bowl practices Monday", "Cardinals get value with O'Brien Schofield", "Cardinals sign O'Brien Schofield to 4-year deal", "O'Brien Schofield - #50 - LB (game logs)", "Cardinals 24 (3-5, 1-4 away); Vikings 27 (3-5, 3-1 home)", "Browns 17 (4-10, 1-6 away); Cardinals 20 (7-7, 5-2 home) (box score)", "Browns 17 (4-10, 1-6 away); Cardinals 20 (7-7, 5-2 home) (play-by-play)", "Cardinals sign pass rusher Abraham, cut Schofield", "Seahawks claim linebacker O'Brien Schofield off waivers", "Seahawks 12 (1-0, 1-0 away); Panthers 7 (0-1, 0-1 home)", "Giants deal with O'Brien Schofield considered 'dead, "O'Brien Schofield, Who Nearly Signed with New York Giants, Re-Signs with Seattle Seahawks", "FALCONS AGREE TO TERMS WITH LB SCHOFIELD", "Falcons Sign LB Schofield, Waive RB Ward", "Falcons Sign LB Hawk, Release LB Schofield", "Admiral Schofield Bio - University of Tennessee Official Athletic Site",, African-American players of American football, Players of American football from Illinois, Sportspeople from the Chicago metropolitan area, Articles with dead external links from September 2010, Short description is different from Wikidata, NFL player missing current team parameter, Infobox NFL biography articles missing alt text, Infobox NFL biography articles with old URL, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.

There will likely be more emotion for the Schofield family Tuesday night, when No.

I never really had a fear of failing or succeeding ... you never know if you don’t take the shots,” Schofield told the media scrum pushing in around his locker before Tennessee’s Sweet Sixteen matchup with Purdue. Admiral’s hard work surfaced during a breakout junior season that landed him a first-team All-SEC selection and a decision to make during the offseason. Admiral Schofield is a chiseled forward who improved steadily over his four seasons in Knoxville to emerge as one of the best shooters and all-around players in … Schofield's younger brother, Admiral, played basketball at the University of Tennessee and was drafted 42nd overall in the 2019 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers and later traded to the Washington Wizards. Admiral Schofield is a American Basketball Player from London, England. "I've been a big Lamar Jackson fan for a while, right here in B-more so I've got to go check him out," Schofield said. [11] At the conclusion of the 2009 Big Ten Conference football season he was a 2009 First-team All-Big Ten selection by the coaches and media. We have Schofield going No. Schofield was born in England — the same hospital where Princess Diana had both William and Harry — but his family moved back to the United States around his second birthday.

It wasn’t until he was four or five years old that he learned his first name, something that now gives him great pride and a sense of self. How tall is Admiral Schofield? 2 Jun 1943 : CBE: 9 Jun 1949 : CB: Warship Commands listed for Brian Betham Schofield, RN. 2019-20; Splits. He has another brother named General and a sister named Octavia. That in itself just shows you how dedicated and how much he likes to get ahead and his dedication to what he does for his livelihood. He wasn’t highly recruited. He was coached by Rick Barnes while playing for Tennessee. “A lot of people didn’t believe that was my actual name growing up, like, that’s my actual name, so I had to explain that a lot.”. If basketball is Admiral’s future, so be it. And it wasn’t easy.

“I was in class one time when I was younger, for about a month, I wouldn’t raise my hand when attendance was called because my family called me by my middle name. The ten facts you need to know about Admiral Schofield, including life path number, birthstone, body stats, zodiac and net worth. [30] In the Cardinals January 2, 2011 regular season finale against the San Francisco 49ers, Schofield sacked QB Alex Smith for a 5-yard loss. On the enlisted side of the fleet, Senior Chief Schofield retired at the equivalent of a Rear Admiral (Upper Half). This was his right time and his right place.

In this article, we take a look at Admiral Schofield's net worth in 2020, total earnings, salary, and biography. Anthony Schofield served 24 years in the US Navy, working hard to achieve the rank of Senior Chief Petty Officer (SCPO) before eventually retiring in Great Lakes, Illinois, the place the Schofields still call home. Admiral fits perfect for me. He tested the NBA Draft waters but ultimately returned to school, where his senior season has included numbers that continue to climb, pairing with Williams to create one of the best tandems in college basketball. [18] Schofield was projected to play linebacker in the NFL.

O’Brien Schofield, Admiral’s older brother, won a Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks. [31], He had his first two-sack game on December 18, 2011, against Seneca Wallace on back-to-back fourth quarter plays of an overtime victory over the Cleveland Browns.

Decorations. Admiral Schofield Overview. “I’m very excited,” Anthony said. Brother . As a player, if you want to succeed, you can’t be scared to take chances. Then it would be on to what’s next in line for the family. Tennessee’s Admiral Schofield is one of the biggest names in college basketball this season. “One thing about Admiral is he has always been at the very top of that list,” Barnes said.

Ship: Rank: Type: From : To: HMS Galatea (71) Capt. He’s always been overlooked, if you will. Now, Schofield is leading the charge for a Tennessee team that has its sights on the program’s first Final Four appearance and has tied a program best with 31 wins. He was born on March 30, 1997 (23 years old) in St. Mary's Hospital.