3-Star DE Andres Fox Names Top 6 Schools

    Three star defensive end Andres Fox has named his top six schools. Five of the six programs reside in the South, with one West Coast outlier tossed in for good measure.

    March 2, 2017

    Three star defensive end Andres Fox has named his top six schools. Five of the six programs reside in the South, with one West Coast outlier tossed in for good measure.


    Andres Fox, the 3-star defensive end out of Mobile, Alabama, rung in the month of March by revealing his top six schools. Giving no preference of the order, Fox named home-state rivals Alabama and Auburn alongside Florida, Florida State, Georgia and USC as his final schools.

    Standing 6’5″ and weighing 230 pounds, Fox has great length and size. He possesses excellent tackling skills and a nice burst off the line. Fox will benefit from tightening his mechanics and working on keeping his pad level low – obviously a conscious effort for a 6-foot-5 young man still growing into his body.

    A pair of noticeable absences from Fox’s top schools are Notre Dame and Tennessee. The Volunteers extended a scholarship on February 28, as did the Fighting Irish on March 1. Alas, it appears both were a bit late to the party.

    At this point in his recruitment Fox is projected to land with Auburn, though Alabama is slightly behind the Tigers, with Jeremy Pruitt running point for the Tide’s recruiting efforts.

    An interesting school in the mix here is USC. For the second time in as many days, a defensive player out of the Mobile area released his top schools with the Trojans listed alongside a handful of southern schools. Such is a credit to last year’s excellent finish, as well as the strong ties to the South possessed by offensive coordinator Tee Martin and secondary coach Ronnie Bradford.

    Fox currently has no timetable for making his college decision.

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