At around 6-foot-2 with high level athleticism, a good handle, and a dynamic first step, Fox emerged early on as one of the better guards in the class. Now he is coming off of a good high school season, and seems primed to take his game to a new level.
"I think I played great," said Fox of the high school year. "We made history as a team going to the fourth round, but I think we could have gone further. Still we had a great season and I was sad to see it end."
He continued, "I'm trying to show that I have range now. All my freshman year people said I couldn't shoot so I have been working on that, and also I have been in the weight room getting stronger."
When it comes to his recruitment, a few schools are beginning to really make him a priority.
The Longhorns are having a very strong year, and that is clearly something that Fox took notice of.
"I visited Texas during the school year," said Fox. "They have a great team and Coach (Rick) Barnes is turning that program around. I think they are having a great year and have a great coaching staff."
Beyond Texas, the in-state Baylor Bears have also been a team making Fox a priority and he saw them play this season as well.
"Also I saw when Baylor played against Kentucky at Cowboys Stadium," noted Fox. "That was just a great experience. They won and the place was crazy. Baylor is a really good team and Coach (Scott) Drew and his staff are recruiting me hard."
For now Fox isn't focused on a decision, and is on getting better, but he is taking everything in on the recruiting trail.