"It went really well," said Trevor Fox of his official visit to Oregon.
Fox said that Nick Cody hosted him and he got a grand tour of the facilities and campus. He met all the coaches and spent some quality time with his position coach, Steve Greatwood. Fox is being recruited as a guard and the coaches told him he is at about the right weight. As soon as he gets to Eugene in June, he'll get started with the nutritionist and strength and conditioning coaches. He presently benches 340 pounds, power cleans 295 and squats 400.
Fox will be playing offensive guard for the Ducks.
His parents accompanied him on the trip. While his dad has been to Eugene before this was his mom's first trip. Trevor said his folks were "both very impressed with the coaches presentations."
On Saturday night all the recruits, the hosts and coaches had dinner above the stadium. The Ducks put together a highlight video of the entire season and had a display of all the uniform combinations laid out.
Fox is unsure if anyone else gave a verbal this weekend, but several were talking about committing.
On the recruiting front he's heard some from UCLA but he told them he was very set on Oregon.
This spring he may do shotput in the spring but is solely concentrating on getting ready to graduate and move to Oregon a week after finishing high school.
Dinner at the Stadium Club
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