Wisconsin RB John Clay ran for 1,396 yards and 16 TDs in the regular season, but he faces a tough test Tuesday night against Miami in the Champs Sports Bowl. Miami has been solid against the run all season, allowing an average of 118.3 yards per game. Who has the edge?[details]
A smooth, good-looking left tackle prospect who displays great flexibility out of his stance, Fox has the athleticism to consistently reach the corner. He does a good job sliding his feet and redirecting in pass protection. He isn't a Velcro player and struggles locking onto defenders at the point of attack. He does a nice job extending his arms into blocks but isn't heavy-handed. Fox is more of a finesse run blocker who uses his footwork to angle defenders away from the play. However, he's explosive off the snap and does a great job reaching the second level and hitting a moving target. He is one of the most fluid offensive tackles in space I've seen and is an ideal zone-blocking scheme candidate.