Stanford linebacker Andres Fox is transferred to Virginia
Stanford linebacker Andres Fox is moving to Virginia, as 247Sports’ Jacquie Franciulli reported on Saturday night. Fox posted a photo of himself in a UVA uniform on social media on Thursday and it looks like he’s now committed to Virginia.
Fox, a 6’4″, 245-pound outside linebacker from Mobile, Alabama, played in six games for the Cardinal in his senior season in 2021. He recorded seven tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss. Fox made appearances in 23 games during his four years at Stanford.
Fox is the seventh UVA transfer to land through the portal this offseason and the fourth defensive player to transfer to Virginia, joining Jack Camper (Michigan State), Paul Akere (Columbia) and Kameron Butler, who transferred to UVA from Miami ( Ohio) on Friday.
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