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Admiral Schofield Bio, Age, Height, Career, Basketball

Admiral Schofield Biography

Admiral Schofield is an American college basketball player for the University of Tennessee. Admiral Schofield attended Zion-Benton High School where he played center. was born at St Mary’s Hospital in London while his father was stationed there with the U.S. Navy.

Admiral Schofield Age

He was born on  March 30, 1997(age 22 years old)

Admiral Schofield Height|Weight

He stands at a height of 1.98m tall and a weight of 109kg

Admiral Schofield Net worth

His net worth has not been approximated

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Admiral Schofield  Family

He was born from St. Mary’s Hospital in London. He has got a father and a brother. His brother O’Brien Schofield is a linebacker who won a Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks. He has another brother General and a sister Octavia; one other brother, Jordan, drowned in Lake Michigan in 2007.

Admiral Schofield Career

Admiral Schofield attended Zion-Benton High School where he played center. His points averaged to 7.6 points and 4.0 rebounds per game. He was named to the SEC All-Tournament Team as a junior due to a 22-point effort in the SEC Title game loss to Kentucky. He helped Tennessee to a 26–9 record and the second round of the NCAA tournament. He won the first round over Wright State,

Admiral Schofield Girlfriend

We have no details on his relationship status.

 Schofield Early Life

Schofield is the son of Anthony and Dawn Schofield, his father was stationed there with the U.S. Navy. His brother O’Brien Schofield is a linebacker who won a Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks. He has another brother General and a sister Octavia; one other brother, Jordan, drowned in Lake Michigan in 2007.  Admiral Schofield attended Zion-Benton High School where he played center. In his final high school game, he recorded 23 points with 18 rebounds against Stevenson in the Class 4A regional championship. In AAU play, he competed for Dickey Simpkins’ Team NLP. Donnie Tyndall recruited him to Tennessee, but Schofield decided to stay after Tyndall was fired.

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 News

Admiral Schofield and the final, sad moments of a tremendous career

Adopted: theathletic.com

Published: 29/3/2019

LOUISVILLE — Rick Barnes walked into his locker room, compelled to speak because it’s what you do when you’re a head coach and the game has ended. He has been through this before, this unenviable task of trying to find the words when there are none, so he wisely kept it brief, thanking his seniors and reminding his Tennessee team where the program had come from four years ago, and then he left, walking out the door, senior Admiral Schofield and junior Grant Williams following him, their faces hard as they wove their way through the media assembled outside the locker room, en route to a postgame press conference where they’d be asked questions they didn’t know how to answer.

Left behind them, inside the locker room, was the detritus of a season that ended sooner than anyone had planned. Senior Kyle Alexander sat at his locker, a blue March Madness towel in front of his face, the design of the bracket that the Volunteers had just exited facing outward. He pressed his…