Jason Fox started 12 games as a true freshman and did not give up a single sack. That is the kind of collegiate career he has had at Miami. Four of those starts in 2006 were at the left tackle position and as a sophomore he started all 12 games on the left side. He has not given up that starting spot since, except for one missed game in 2008. He even got involved in the offense a little bit in 2008, rushing for a five yard touchdown. At 6-7 and 314 pounds, Fox obviously has the size to turn into a major contributor at the next level. With his tall frame, Fox even has some room to add a little more weight, if an NFL team wanted him to do such a thing. Throughout the years at Miami, he has been slowly adding a few pounds, but there is still room to fill out a little more. Fox's size alone will get him a long look by every NFL team. There are more talented offensive tackles in this class, but few that have Fox's size and experience. Fox continues to grade out very well during games and he could quickly move up draft boards if he tests well at the NFL Combine. 2/1 Update: Fox injured his knee late in the season, but up until that point he was a pretty dominating offensive tackle in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The injury is a small concern and Fox should be able to put that behind him soon. After that, he is a quality second or third round selection with plenty of experience and potential.