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The Fox Football Family

Postby achernar » Wed Jul 08, 2015 10:44 am

Edit (20/12/2021):

FOX FAMILY

The Fox Family is a prominent family in football originally from Alabama, but now residing in Florida who are famous for playing football (specifically the position of quarterback) and they are building a dynasty within the sport.


FIRST GENERATION

John played football in high school for Hoover (Birmingham, Alabama) and committed to play for the Alabama Crimson Tide (as a 5* star quarterback, the #4 Pro-style QB) and professionally for the Miami Dolphins.

John also coached the Crimson Tide for ten years, the Minnesota Vikings and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.


SECOND GENERATION

Zachary played football in high school for Wayzata (Plymouth, Minnesota) and played collegiately for Notre Dame (#1 Pro-style QB for the 2044 class)

Austin played football in high school for IMG (Bradenton, Florida)


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Player Info:

John Lee Fox III
Age: 15
HT: 6'3"
WT: 183 LBS


Play Style:

Fox has the classic physical traits that are ideal for a pocket passer. He’s a big kid that can stand tall in the pocket and has room to add weight. He’s not the greatest athlete, but isn’t a slow-footed statue in the pocket either. His consistency with his mechanics is extremely impressive. He stays calm in the pocket and rarely gets off balance, even under pressure. His touch is great on deep balls. Fox is a big presence in the pocket, but he’s not a statue. He shows some improvisational skills at times. He’s not going to be a threat as a runner, but can get a first down if an opportunity to scramble arises. Fox is advanced with his arm and accuracy for his age. He has all the tools to develop into a player that starts for multiple years and becomes one of the top quarterbacks in the SEC.




Career Statistics
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

Passing TDs by Seasons
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

Passing Yards by Seasons
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

Passing RECs by Seasons
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

Pancakes / Sacks Allowed by Seasons
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

NFL Standings
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

Wins against each team
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

Offense and Defense by Seasons
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

Regular Season Performance
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

Playoffs Performance
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

SUPER BOWLS
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing

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2001, 2002 AND 2003 HIGH SCHOOL

Postby achernar » Fri Jul 10, 2015 4:34 pm

John Fox III was born in Birmingham, the largest city in Alabama. It started for three years in the powerhouse Hoover High School in Birmingham (aka Hoover Buccaneers). His career in high school was very promising, John led the Buccaneers to a record of 41-3, two state championships (2002-2003) and a runner-up (2001).

Individual Awards:
2x All American (2002-2003)
1x Alabama Mr. Football (2003)


Hoover was four time state champion in the 2002-2005 period, getting all this time ranked team among the 10 best in the country.
http://www.ahsfhs.org/teams2/teampage.asp?Team=Hoover

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In Summer Camp, Fox have a great perfomance...
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5-star Quarterback (by rivals and 247 sports), have several proposals to commit...
he is considering Alabama, Georgia, Tennesse, Ole Miss, Auburn, Florida and LSU;

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National Signing Day

Postby achernar » Tue Jul 14, 2015 7:49 am

In the National Signing Day, a little press conference was made
to QB John Fox III commit for the Alabama Crimson Tide...

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COLLEGE

Postby achernar » Fri Jul 17, 2015 7:32 am

2004 FRESHMAN YEAR

After leading the Hoover High School to the state titles of 2002 and 2003, Fox accepted the offer to play for Alabama Crimson Tide. He could have choosen other proposals for colleges SEC, including major rivals of Alabama as Georgia, Tennesse, Ole Miss and LSU...



In 2004, Fox entered the 2004 college football season as a freshman for the Crimson Tide, and second on the depth chart behind junior Brodie Croyle.


The 2004 squad finished the season with a record of 6–6 following a loss to Minnesota in the Music City Bowl. Losses in crucial games against ranked teams ( only one win against #24 Southern Miss );

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COLLEGE

Postby achernar » Fri Jul 17, 2015 10:21 am

2005 SOPHOMORE YEAR

After his freshman year, Fox didn't see playing time behind starting quarterback Brodie Croyle.
Alabama finished #13 in the national ranking.

Also in this season Alabama loss against LSU and Auburn... but finish with a good 10-2 record
and wins the Cotton Bowl against #18 Texas Tech

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After, Brodie Croyle go to the NFL (Kansas City Chiefs, Rnd: 3 Pick: 85), Fox is now
the starting quarterback for the next season opening.

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COLLEGE

Postby achernar » Fri Jul 17, 2015 3:42 pm

2006 JUNIOR YEAR

In the last year Fox is a little bit upset, for not playing.. but understand
that two years learning about the college level is good for both, for him and for the Team..

After the spring game A-day, the head coach Mike Shula puts your trust in John to start this season under center...
but the relationship between the head coach and quarterback this not the best.

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Week 1: Hawaii 21 vs #24 Alabama 28

A tought season opener for the Tide... also Fox have a slow start...
but show a great managed of the clock in the 4th quarter,
made a beauty comeback after trailing 21pts...

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Week 2: Vanderbilt 7 vs #24 Alabama 55

Home and Conference opener... the Crimson Tide run over the Comodores
very easy win... it seems will be a great season for HB #34 Kenneth Darby
again have a great average per carry

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Week 3: UL Monroe 14 vs #23 Alabama 42

a cupcake in home... 'Bama is now 3-0

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Week 4: #22 Alabama 24 at #23 Arkansas 23

First game against a ranked team... K #86 Jamie Christensen made a
game winning field goal... to set a 4-0 to the Crimson Tide

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Week 5: #20 Alabama 49 at #9 Florida 7

Bama wins a road game against the Gators (ranked top 10 in the nation)
Nobody expects that win by the Tide... Alabama rise in the boards
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Week 6: Duke 7 vs #13 Alabama 42
the Crimson Tide exposed all the weakness of the Blue Devils...
easy game for the tide... still undefeated and rising in the board
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Week 7: Ole Miss 31 vs #12 Alabama 34
what a great game against the Rebels
https://goo.gl/photos/VH3m7ZzNU9QhyqM39
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Week 8: #12 Alabama 17 at #9 Tennesse 16
another game winning field goal by K #86 Jamie Christensen... is the second time
in this season... Alabama still undefeated
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Week 9: FIU 21 vs #8 Alabama 28
a hard game against Florida Internacional... the Spread Offense Attack is
very dificult to 'Bama defend.. allowing 3 TDs in a game considered must win
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Week 10: Miss State 10 vs #7 Alabama 42
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Week 11: #5 Alabama 20 at #4 LSU 7
the great game of the schedule until now... Alabama goes to play in the most
hostile field in college football....
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Week 12: Auburn 21 vs #2 Alabama 49
https://goo.gl/photos/gA7EtyTuG7W3ZjTg6

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SEC Championship Game: #6 Florida 28 vs #2 Alabama 41

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great play by QB #12 C. Leak from Florida... to send the game to OT
https://goo.gl/photos/owE7gg6poPsSxaP66

a bad pass... and the game is over
https://goo.gl/photos/LQZ28Dis1kgjggBq7

SEC CHAMPIONS
https://goo.gl/photos/oq2UMHtMFQ5BZ8wD7


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BCS National Championship Game: #2 Penn State 31 vs #1 Alabama 35


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NATIONAL CHAMPIONS
https://goo.gl/photos/euYQY1FsgYC6w7jT8





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COLLEGE OFFSEASON

Postby achernar » Fri Jul 17, 2015 4:50 pm

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John Fox III stated that he had decided to skip his final season of NCAA eligibility to enter the 2007 NFL Draft.

Fox is criticized for declare to the draft early as a junior, but it was an inevitable situation
after all the sactions imposed at Tuscaloosa, and after the National Title is unlikely Fox could rise
his draft stock...

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After all this sactions the head coach Mike Shula is fired,
Alabama hire Nick Saban as new head coach.

Fox came to the NFL Combine with only one year as starting quarterback at Alabama... but made a undefeated campaign with the Crimson Tide...
his last defeat as starting quaterback was in 2003 for Hoover High School(Week 7 against Vestavia Hills Oct/2003),
in his last year in Hoover (high school)... undefeated in college and also National Champion...

Resume: QB #5 J. Fox - College Career Statistic
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing


College career highlights and awards
    BCS National Champion MVP (2006)
    Consensus All-American (2006)
    Archie Griffin Award (2006)
    Sammy Baugh Trophy (2006)


In Combine:
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John Fox III had a almost perfect season, and he has all the talent in the world. He'll be in top-three QB in this draft.



Strengths:
    Has the arm you look for in a young franchise quarterback
    Quick release
    Threw into tight windows
    Smart decision-maker; protects the football
    Good field vision
    Phenomenal at making progressions through a defense
    Extremely mobile with scrambling ability
    Uncanny ability to throw on the run
    Bails out blockers with ability to avoid sacks
    Very intelligent; understands the chess match
    Made play calls from playbook; not just a few plays
    Winner at collegiate level
    Proven leader, passion for the game
    Mastered a pro-style offense
    Perfect height, bulk
    Durable


Weaknesses:
    Not extremely fast
    Need more accuracy
    Produced with good wide receivers,
    an excellent offensive line and
    a Heismann Finalist as running back
    Experienced only 1-year as starter
    Can look to run too quickly when his first read is covered


Projection: late 2rd round

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2007 NFL DRAFT

Postby achernar » Sat Jul 18, 2015 8:00 am

One of the big stories of the draft as the selection between JaMarcus Russell and Brady Quinn
both are considered 1st overall pick in early mock drafts... In this night Russell was select in the first, and Quinn
slip to the 21 pick...

After JaMarcus Russell From LSU (Rd:1 Pick:1 Raiders), Brady Quinn From Notre Dame (Rd:1 Pick:21 Browns),
Kevin Kolb From Houston (Rd:2 Pick:36 Eagles), John Beck From BYU (Rd:2 Pick:40 Dolphins)...

With the 71th pick in the NFL draft, the Miami Dolphins select.............. JOHN FOX III, quarterback, Alabama.

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The fifth quarterback choose in the 2007 NFL Draft was John Fox III From Alabama (Rd:3 Pick:71 Dolphins).

The Dolphins was desperate in the quarterback position, the starting quarterback Trent Green is in Injury Reserve...
So the organization expend the 2 and 3 round picks in QBs...

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2007 TRAINING CAMP

Postby achernar » Sat Jul 18, 2015 8:27 am

The training camp of this season will be very important...
New coaching staff, New quarterbacks...


With the injury of #10 Trent Green, #17 Cleo Lemon is now the starting quarterback...
during this month a great battle for the quarterback position will be fighted;


After 4 weeks, the starting quarterback his #5 John Fox III, backup #9 John Beck,
both are rookie, one of them will start the season.

Head coach Cam Cameron was forced to choose the successor of starter Trent Green.

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2007 SCHEDULE

Postby achernar » Sat Jul 18, 2015 8:32 am

Week 1 at Redskins
Week 2 vs Cowboys
Week 3 at Jets
Week 4 vs Raiders
Week 5 at Texans
Week 6 at Browns
Week 7 vs Patriots
Week 8 vs Giants
Week 9 BYE
Week 10 vs Bills
Week 11 at Eagles
Week 12 at Steelers
Week 13 vs Jets
Week 14 at Bills
Week 15 vs Ravens
Week 16 at Patriots
Week 17 vs Bengals


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