|Morgan Fox works out at the Next Level Performance Center, where he trained before entering the NFL.|
Standing at six-feet three inches tall it is hard not see one of the latest success stories coming out of Colorado State University-Pueblo. Morgan Fox spent four years on the gridiron for the ThunderWolves and last year made the transition from a Division II hopeful to member of the Los Angeles Rams football team.
Morgan Fox was born in Phoenix, Arizona, the son of US Army soldier and has lived around the world to include Germany as a child. Morgan’s father Joe eventually got stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado where Morgan attended Fountain Fort Carson High School. As Trojan morgan played lacrosse, wrestled and starred on their football team. Morgan had 112 tackles, eight sacks, five fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles during his senior year, earning him, first team All-Conference, All-City and All-State Game honors.
|Morgan during his senior season.|
After the close of his senior season ended Morgan focused on training for his Pro-Day workouts for
|Antwon Burton and Morgan Fox before Fox begins a training session.|
|Fox coaches a high school kid at the Next Level Performance camp.|
|Morgan signs autographs for kids after the Next Level camp in Pueblo, Colorado.|
|Morgan teaches a kid how to do the LA sign after the Next Level camp in Pueblo, Colorado.|
|Morgan checks the stances of kids participating in the Next Level football camp in Pueblo, Colorado.|