The 6 foot 3 point guard is ranked 7th in the ESPN 100. The three schools that Kentucky beat out for his talents included LSU, Louisville, and Kansas. Fox had said, "Kentucky made me a priority from day one, I think that's what the difference was."
Fox is an aggressive guard who not only plays great defense, but also plays at a fast tempo. He will join Wenyen Garbiel and Sacha Killeya-Jones - the sixth and seventh ranked power forwards in the country respectively - in Kentucky's recruiting class. But Calapari is not done yet. It would not be a surprise if the Wildcats have a couple more top 100 recruits commit before the high school season is over. But Fox will certainty headline this class no matter who else decides to become apart of Wildcat Nation.