Chris Fox Recruiting: Colorado OT Ranked No. 46 In Rivals' Top 250 For 2013

The state of Colorado already has a top high school football recruit in offensive tackle Chris Fox. The Colorado Buffaloes are already one of more than a dozen teams showing interest in him.

With National Signing Day 2012 behind us, it's time to turn our eyes to the 2013 recruiting season. Rivals.com has released its top 250 prospects, and it features Chris Fox, offensive tackle at Ponderosa (CO) High School, at No. 46. The Parker, CO, resident is the only player from Colorado to crack this list.

Fox is listed at 6 feet 6 and 297 pounds. Rivals lists him as a four-star recruit who has received interest from over a dozen teams so far. However, right now he has been offered scholarships from the Colorado Buffaloes, the Iowa Hawkeyes, the Michigan Wolverines, the Ohio St. Buckeyes and the Purdue Boilermakers. Other teams that are interested include the Colorado St. Rams and the Wyoming Cowboys.

In 2012, offensive lineman Shane Callahan committed to Auburn and Alex Kozan is deciding between Michigan, Iowa, and Auburn. Colorado is certainly producing quality offensive lineman these days.

For more college football news and notes, visit SB Nation NCAA Football and SB Nation College Football Recruiting.

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