James Cox was one of six visitors on campus this weekend. This afternoon he detailed the visit with GoldenEaglePride.com and gave insight into his future at Southern Miss.
The Southern Miss coaches were out in full force visiting prospects and commits. Wide receiver James Cox was another who was paid a visit. He gives us an inside look in this interview with GoldenEaglePride.com.
It has been a winding road for WR James Cox that has led him back to Hattiesburg and Southern Miss. The Tuscaloosa, AL, WR has made it official today that he is committing to Southern Miss. Here is the story and interview with the talented wide-out.
James Cox took in a visit to Southern Miss this weekend. He gives the update and talks about Coach Monken in this interview with GoldenEaglePride.com.
James Cox decommitted from Southern Miss immediately following the news of Coach Johnson being let go. He updates the latest now that Southern Miss will have a new coach in place.
When the Southern Miss football coaching change was announced, the first commitment to change his mind was WR James Cox of Northridge HS in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Is he having second thoughts about that decision? Where does he stand at this point?
James Cox was prepared to stick with his commitment to Southern Miss through a dismal season, but not when the school decided to go a different direction with their head coach.
As the Golden Eagles wind down the football season, the class of 2013 will be vital for the foundation of future success. One player the Eagles can count on is WR James Cox of Northridge HS in Tuscaloosa, (AL). He talked with GoldenEaglePride.com about his commitment status and what is next for him.
The Eagles have added another big time receiver to the mix in James Cox out of Tuscaloosa Alabama. In this interview with GoldenEaglePride.com, he talks about his decision and why he chose the Eagles over many other offers.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - James Cox will likely make his decision over the next two months and he talks his favorites, his upcoming decision, and more with Scout here.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs were the first program to offer a scholarship to Tuscaloosa-Northridge wide out James Cox. Since that time, four other schools have followed suit. After spending the day in Starkville around the Bulldog coaching staff, Cox reiterated his interest in Mississippi State.
The wide receiver, from Northridge High School in Tuscaloosa, Ala., is gearing up for his first major camp of the summer. He has several scholarship offers including a couple he added Thursday afternoon. Cox is hoping to earn more this summer.
Coach Josh Gattis is on a mission this spring to bolster Vanderbilt's receiving corp. On a stop in Alabama at Tuscaloosa's Northridge High School, he extended an offer on Vanderbilt's behalf to rising senior James Cox. The 6-foot-1, 191-pound wide receiver was extremely excited to pick up his third SEC offer.
James Cox, wide receiver from Tuscaloosa-Northridge, Ala., traveled across town last Friday to observe Alabama's spring practice. Cox talked about the visit along with Tide players who were impressive.
James Cox is one of several big time receivers in Alabama for the 2013 signing class. With a pair of BCS conference offers in hand, the Tuscaloosa product is off and running. More schools have expressed in interest in seeing the talented wide out up close and personal during the spring evaluation period.
James Cox, wide receiver from Tuscaloosa-Northridge, Ala., has a pair of scholarship offers. He was in Tuscaloosa for their first Junior Day event. Cox talked about his recruitment.
James Cox, wide receiver from Northridge-Tuscaloosa, Ala., endured his team's first loss of the season last week for the region championship. The Jaguars will need to bounce back after 2014 standout Bo Scarborough suffered a season-ending injury. Cox talked about rebounding and visit to Alabama.
It sure makes it convenient when two recruiting targets are in your own backyard. James Cox and Bo Scarborough are underclassmen, from Tuscaloosa-Northridge, Ala., who will visit Alabama on Saturday when the Tide hosts the Volunteers in the SEC match-up.
James Cox of Tuscaloosa Northridge was one of the first juniors in the state of Alabama to pick up an SEC scholarship offer. After a strong camp showing in Starkville back in June, Cox got the word he had a spot at Mississippi State if he elected to take it. A budding relationship between James and the Bulldogs got a nice boost as Cox visited the campus for the game against South Carolina