One moment he's entertaining an in-home visit from Kentucky and head coach John Calipari and the next he's finalizing an official visit to Arizona for later this fall all while getting ready for a trip this weekend to Louisville.
Yet, in the midst of the recruiting madness, Fox's first official visit - last weekend to LSU - left an impression on the Katy, Tex. native.
Fox, who has family ties to the New Orleans area, was in Baton Rouge for the football team's 45-21 win over Auburn Saturday. He took that in, as well as much of the weekend, alongside host Antonio Blakeney, a freshman guard at LSU and part of the coveted 2015 signing class.
"Yeah, Tone was my host for the visit," he said. "I stayed with him most of the time. But I got to see it all. I watched them work out twice. I liked what I saw."
Part of what Fox indicated he saw, and liked, was the way fourth-year head coach Johnny Jones handled the team, in particular star freshman Ben Simmons, in practice.
"I like the way Coach Jones coaches," explained Fox. "He gives them the freedom, but he stays on them at the same time. Even with Ben, you know, he let Ben do him but also made him play in the system."
The playmaking point guard went on to say he's not sure yet whether he'll sign in the early period in November or the late period in April, but Fox did concede he'll be keeping an eye on LSU players and how many of them look to be leaving for the 2016 NBA Draft when making his decision.
His official visit tour continues this weekend at Louisville and will makes stops by Kansas and Kentucky in October and Arizona in November. NC State is also said to still be in the mix for Fox's services.
Fox gave a final glimpse at what he'll be looking for during his upcoming visits, all the more real now that he has a basis of comparison from the LSU experience.
"(I want to see) the way the coaches coach and actually get to watch them get a workout during practice and actually see what happens behind closed doors," said Fox.