Foxx plays several positions for the Patriots, seeing time at tight end on offense, and defensive end on defense.
Standing at 6’0, 215 pounds, Foxx could very easily slide into a multitude of positions at the collegiate level.
With his play on the field, he can certainly turn heads, finishing the season with 76 tackles on the year!
Foxx would also prove he is great in run support, as he grabbed 11.5 tackles on the season, in addition to a fumble recovery.
When it came to quarterbacks, there aren’t many players that cause fits like Foxx. He would finish the year with 6 sacks, in addition to 3 quarterback hurries and a pass deflection.
This young man flies all around the field!
While his season may not have gone as he or the Patriots expected it to, Foxx knows that he is a future leader on the team, and he can change that.
“We had a lot of ups and downs on the season,” Foxx said. “I know that next year, I will be able to lead us to where we want to be.
With all of the competitive players in the country, Foxx knows he has to do things to separate himself from the pack, and he works hard on those things.
“I would like to say that I have a very high motor,” Foxx said. “I am also very quick off the ball, and I know how to use my hands, and do so very well.”
With a 3.5 GPA in the classroom, Foxx is the type of player that gets it done on and off the field, and with a big senior season, he could see the offers flow in!