Without question, one of the best Division 1 dual sport prospects in Cen Tex in the Class of 2011 is Cedar Park HS Wide Receiver/Shooting Guard 6'3" Dylan Cox. Cox has a 6'5" wingspan which serves him well on the gridiron and the hardwood. Blessed with soft hands he catches most everything thrown his way and has as smooth a perimeter stroke as the Class of 2011 has to offer.
Parents: Kenny & Cheryl Cox
Brother: Dustin Cox was also a 3 year varsity basketball starter for Cedar Park from 2003-2005.
Sister: Kirsten was a a 3 year varsity basketball starter for Cedar Park from 2004-2006 and played basketball from 2006-2008 at San jacinto North JC
Academics: Nominated for National Honor Society. AP courses and a current GPA of 4.5 on a scale of 5.
CLUB BASKETBALL TEAM: Texas D-1 Ambassadors
Led the 2011 Texas D-1 Ambassadors Austin squad coached by elder brother Dustin in every conceivable category from the shooting guard position!
Scoring (17.9ppg), rebounds (6.1), assists (2.6) , blocks (0.9) and steals (1.7)!
As a varsity starter for Cedar Park HS in football Dylan caught 10 passes for 146 yards and 3 touchdowns in what is primarily a run oriented offense that's passing game tends to throw underneath to the backs.
"Dylan runs crisp precise routes, has hands like glue and with superior leaping ability and body control is fearless in going up high over the middle willing to take contact to catch the ball in traffic." Coach T.J. Garza
“Dylan is not only a gifted basketball player with a highly diversified skill set, he also is extremely well-grounded team first kind of player. He shows a quality of self-motivation for improvement and practice that is second to none. This trait truly makes him and his team mates around him better as a result. His actions and leadership on and off the court are exemplary and should carry him a long way in basketball and in life.".....Coach Max