Played in the 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl along with Clemson classmate Demarre Kitt...Scott is ranked as Clemson's second best signee by some services...ranked as 68th best player in the nation by Rivals.com and 247 Sports...also 83rd by ESPN.com and 102nd by Scout.com...ranked as 10th best wide receiver in the nation by 247 Sports and 11th by Rivals.com... a top 10 player in the state of Florida by 247 Sports (8th), ESPN.com (9th) and Rivals.com (9th)...four-year starter at East Lake HS...as a senior was more of an all-purpose player than in previous years...had 67 rushes for 729 yards and 13 touchdowns...averaged 11 yards per carry...had 37-542 and five touchdowns as a receiver...as a junior had 64 catches for 995 yards and 10 scores...as a sophomore had 54 receptions for 1158 yards and 12 touchdowns...averaged 21.4 yards per reception as a sophomore...for career had 172 receptions for 3035 yards and 32 receiving touchdowns...averaged 17.7 yards per catch for his career...on the ground had 108 rushes for 980 yards and 14 touchdowns...a 9.1 average rushing the football for his career...had 636 career kickoff return yards and 679 punt return yards...finished with 51 career touchdowns and 5330 all-purpose yards...also had 75 career tackles on defense as a defensive rush end....led East Lake High School to a 13-1 record as a senior, team won first 13 games of the year...recruited by Jeff Scott...received offers from over 20 universities including Auburn, Cincinnati and Florida State.
Mickey Plyler on Scott: "If it were not for Watson, Scott would be the headliner of the class. This is a terrific receiver with a lot of the physical skills to compete as a true freshman. Like the other four early enrollees, Scott will get a lot of attention in the spring. I am not sure he has the top end speed or the size of Sammy Watkins but there is a lot of Watkins skill set in Scott. He is outstanding in the open field and is probably the best of the options at receiver in terms of big play capability."
Reminds Plyler of: Antwan Wyatt
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