|High School:||Chaparral HS|
2011 — Appeared in three games, including the Civil War win over Oregon State … Notched a 308-pound power clean, the third best by an offensive lineman during winter conditioning.
Made collegiate debut in season opener vs. New Mexico … Also played vs. Portland State and UCLA … Took part in a season-high 20 snaps against the Lobos … Ranked third among offensive linemen with a 308-lb. clean lift during winter testing.
2009 — Was a member of the scout team during redshirt campaign.
BEFORE OREGON — Played offensive guard and tackle for head coach Tom Leach at Chaparral of the Southwestern League … All-SWL First-Team Offense … All-CIF … All-Riverside County … Second-team all-California … Named the No. 79 player in the Far West Region (Calif., Nev., Hawaii) by Superprep Magazine … Ranked as the No. 73 guard in the nation by Rivals.com and the No. 35 OG by Scout.com … Named a three star recruit by both major recruiting services … Team advanced to the Inland title game in his senior season but fell to Centennial (Corona, Calif.) … Chaparral rushed for 3,081 yards (220.1 yds/g) and passed for 1,917 yards in 2008, averaging 34.9 points per game.
PERSONAL — Born Trevor Steven Fox in Laguna Hills, Calif. Parents: Steven and Geri Fox. Family: One brother, one sister. High School (Coach): Chaparral (Tommy Leach) 2009. Major: Undecided. Redshirt: 2009.