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Adonis Fox

Kingston, OK - 2016

SchoolKingston PositionCenter Height6’10” Weight210 lbs. AAU TeamBig Dogs HometownKingston, OK Class2016
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Scouting Report


Defensive Rebounding
High Motor
Offensive Rebounding
On-Ball Defense
Scoring With Either Hand
Shot Blocking
Size For Position


Finishing Through Contact
Low Post Moves
Mid-Range Shooting
Upper Body Strength

  • Scout’s Notes:

    Future150 Dallas Camp (September 12th-13th, 2015): Fox came in with the reputation of a big time shot blocker and backed that up. After growing two inches, it appears as though he has a chance to play at the division one level. The big man also showed a refined offensive game. His intangiables are also off the charts. 

    Future150 Dallas Camp (September 20th-21st, 2014):Fox is one of the better defensive players to come to camp. After first catching our eye at Primetime Nationals, Fox did more of the same, rebounding the ball and blocking shots. He is fairly thin for a big of his size and will need to put weight on to be more effective at the next level. 

    PrimeTime Nationals (July 24th-27th, 2014): A work in progress on the offensive end, the 6-foot-7 prospect is a beastly rim protector on the defensive end. He blocked several shots in his game on Friday evening and he altered even more due to his size and length. He has trouble catching the ball at this point in his development, but he runs the floor well and his footwork is pretty good.

College Projection:

  • Low-Major

Complete Rankings:

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Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Average
  • Dribbling: Average
  • Passing: Average
  • Rebounding: Good
  • Intangibles: Excellent
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Latest News on Adonis Fox
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9/17/2015 by Brian Flinn – This past weekend was the Future150 camp in Dallas, with a number of under-the-radar prospects and underclassmen emerging.

2016's LaQuawn Smith & Matt Horton of the Arkansas Wings.PrimeTime Nationals 16U: Arkansas Prospects Shine

7/26/2014 by Eric Hampford – On Saturday at the 2014 PrimeTime Nationals, it was several prospects from the state of Arkansas who stole the show...

2016 center Adonis Fox was a big defensive presence.PrimeTime Nationals 16U: 2016 Rim Protector Surges

7/25/2014 by Brian Flinn – On Day two of 16U action, a number of players stepped up when their teams needed them the most and made themselves known to the Future150 staff.