More about the two Punters one now on roster other UDFA

This guy is reported agreed on UDFA deal

Like quite a few punters in college football, Siposs is from Australia. He played five seasons of professional Aussie Rules Football before arriving at Auburn in 2018. Siposs turned 26 years old during that fall, averaging 44.2 yards per punt (23 fair catches, 17 inside the 20, four touchbacks). Siposs’ play was steady in 2019, averaging 43.8 yards per attempt, making returners fair-catch 27 of those boots and placing 16 inside the 20-yard line (versus three touchbacks). He can also kick in an emergency role, as he made 38 of 39 extra points in his career and was 5-12 on field goals. Obviously, with a leg like that, the Lions could ask him to be a kickoff

Fox on roster now an Lions like him
Fox served as a kickoff specialist as a true freshman, creating 25 touchbacks on 51 kicks and making three tackles. He continued that duty throughout his career, sending 111 kickoffs into the end zone out of 200 attempts and posting nine coverage stops. Fox connected on 2 of 3 field goal attempts during his career (long of 29 yards) and also converted all 15 extra point attempts. Scouts are more interested in his punting skills after his gross average improved over the past three seasons, going from 40.7 yards per punt in 2016 to a 45.5 last fall that ranked in the top 10 nationally. Fox has consistently placed the ball inside the 20-yard line (74 times vs. 23 touchbacks) while forcing a good number of fair catches (71) in his 212 career boots.