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John  Fox


New Canaan, Conn.

High School:
Brunswick School

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190


“Having made a strong, positive impression already, this first-year midfielder is earning playing time for us as a short-stick defender.  John anticipates the next play, whether it is the ball carrier’s upcoming dodge or an opponent’s attempted pass.  He also foresees the impending slide or rotation well and is thus proving he has grown more confident with our slide packages.  The workmanlike persona John brings to the program is particularly valuable.”

• Under Armor Underclassmen New England Team
• Four-year starter
• Two-time captain
• Two-time first-team All-New England
• Two-time team MVP (first in school history)
• 2014 New England West 1 Co-Champions
• 2017 New England West 1 Champions (first in school history)
• No. 4 ranked team in the country in 2017
• Played football as a four-year starter
• 2015 New England Defensive Player of the Year (football)
• Two-time All-
Housatonic League (football)
• Two-time first-team All-New England (football)
• 2016 Team MVP... 2015 MSG Varsity first-team All-CT Defense (football)
• 2016 MSG Varsity second-team All-CT Defense (football)
• 2015 MSG Varsity All-Metro Honorable Mention Defensive Team (football)
• Went to four New England Championship Bowl games (football)
• Won the 2014 Wayne Sanborn New England Championship Bowl Game (football)  
• Won the 2015 Sean Brennan New England Championship Bowl Game (football)
• 2017 Jenkins Athletic Award (athlete of the year for school) (football)

• Son of Rod and Darby Fox



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