Foxx Pleased with Performance, Experience at Virginia Tech

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Victory Christian (Charlotte, N.C.) defensive end Justin Foxx came away from Virginia Tech’s second summer camp with a big smile on his face. The 6-4, 220-pound prospect had already been offered prior to the camp, but he was very pleased with his camp performance and excited about the time he had on Saturday.

Foxx posted a 40 time of 4.69 seconds earlier in the day, but he was most enthusiastic about his performance in the one-on-one drills.

“I did great,” Foxx said, assessing his camp performance. “I think I had a great showing. I think I did well in drills and I think I excelled in one-on-ones. I think I showed my speed, but a lot of people underestimate my strength. I think I’m pretty strong even though I don’t look it.”

Virginia Tech seems to have really helped itself with Foxx, who spent quite a bit of time talking with the coaches after the camp.

“I’m still open but I might say Virginia Tech is the leader after this,” said Foxx, who is also considering offers from Duke, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, N.C. State, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. “I liked the camp atmosphere and I liked the coaches. Being in Charlotte, I’ve watched [Virginia Tech] play in the ACC a lot.”

Of a college decision, Foxx, who wants to have made his college choice by the start of his senior season, says “I’m not rushing anything.”