"It's amazing, he's traveled all over country for wrestling, he'll miss time but he won't skip a beat," McGuire said. "He's an extremely intelligent kid, conscientious. We're lucky to have him. In terms of kids that we want to represent our program, Brady would be right up there. He's a kid we want our younger kids to look up to."
Fisher is excited what he's seen of the football team, coming out of the summer. The Foxes get their season started Aug. 24 at home against Kankakee.
"I think we've already taken the next step, with the summer camp we had," Fisher said. "Since I've started here this is definitely the best we've looked. We have really athletic personnel. Everything is going in the right direction."