Temecula (Calif.) Chaparral offensive lineman Trevor Fox hit the road this past weekend to kill two birds with one stone. The talented lineman wanted to attend the NIKE Camp at Oregon and also check out the Ducks program. Fox saw all he needed to see on the visit and made his college choice Tuesday night.
Fox, 6-4, 293 pounds is one of the state's top line prospects and projects as a guard in college. We saw him back in April at the NIKE Camp at USC and he had a solid workout. He has a great frame, is strong and has good feet as well.
He looked even better this past weekend in Eugene and drew raves from lead NIKE OL coach Pete Brock.
"I liked him a lot," Brock said. "He's a very aggressive player and plays with an attitude. He has good athleticism, is very balanced and strikes well. He's a coachable kid and enjoys playing the game."
As for his college choice, Fox said it was a relief to get it over with.
"Oregon offered me last weekend and I decided to commit last night," Fox said. "I love the Oregon program and it's just a great fit for me. Before I flew out there, I had talked