|Height / Weight:|
5-11 / 198
Started the last six games at boundary corner and appeared in all 13...leads the team with six pass breakups...made 33 tackles (19 solo) during the season...recorded four tackles versus Nevada in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl...made two tackles and broke up a pass at Syracuse...registered a career-high nine tackles against Virginia...notched seven tackles at Duke...tallied three tackles and intercepted a pass at Wake Forest...racked up five tackles and three pass breakups against Clemson in first career start...had two tackles and a pass breakup against Maryland.
Appeared in the first seven games of the year returning kicks and on special teams...returned five kicks for 102 yards, a 20.4 average...returned two kickoffs for 40 yards at Virginia Tech and had a return of 20 yards at Clemson...made single tackles in the first two games against Northeastern and Kent State.
Played in all 14 games as a junior...very active on special teams...was listed as a strong safety to begin the year, also played wide receiver...returned two kickoffs for 48 yards against Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship Game.
Recorded a solo tackle in first action of the 2007 season against Bowling Green.
Earned 2005 Eastern Massachusetts Division 1 Player of the Year honors from the Boston Globe ... captured All-Scholastic honors from the Boston Globe and Boston Herald; also earned Boston Herald All-Scholastic accolades as a junior ... gained Catholic Conference MVP honors as a senior; scored 16 touchdowns (nine receiving, seven rushing) and led the Hawks to a share of the conference title ... served as 2005 team captain ... was a two-way performer (wide receiver, running back and defensive back) for head coach Charlie Stevenson ... also competed on Xaverian's track team; was a member of the school's New England champion 4x400 relay team in 2005.
Chris Fox, born September 11, 1987... enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ... Chris is the youngest of Deb and Tim Fox's three children ... his father was an All-American at Ohio State under Woody Hayes and played 10 years as a free safety in the National Football League; played the 1976-81 seasons with the New England Patriots, before finishing his career with the San Diego Chargers and the Los Angeles Rams.