Chris Fox is a special player, the top prospect in Colorado's 2013 rankings and already has some impressive offers.
Off the field, the 6-foot-6, 297-pound offensive tackle from Parker (Colo.) Ponderosa is apparently a pretty phenomenal kid as well, according to coach Randy Huff.
Fox seems to have it all including some impressive offers.
"He has a lot of compassion for people and he has a heart bigger than his body," Huff said. "He really is a great person and I think that comes from mom and dad. Once you get to know them they really are special people. You just don't see it very often.
"His athletic ability, his size and strength and his passion from snap to whistle is pretty impressive, too."
Fox, rated No. 46 in the early 2013 rankings by Rivals.com, has shown the ability to play on either side of the ball and that's what has made him so attractive to college coaches at this point.
So far, Ohio State, Michigan, Iowa, Colorado and Purdue have offered Fox and many other top-notch programs are showing interest.
One of the things that will be important to the four-star prospect as he navigates his way through his recruitment is finding a position coach that fits him.
Huff said building a relationship with all the head coaches from the schools recruiting him is important but Fox will definitely consider the position coach as well as he focuses on his decision.
"He's excited to get the attention but he's waiting to find the right school and the right coach," Huff said.
"That's important to him, the relationships he's had over the years with the different coaches. He wants to have a great relationship with the person he's going to be working with, especially the position coach."