No rest for Havelock's Scott this offseason

Published: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 03:57 PM.

Last season as a junior, Scott compiled 1,709 yards on 199 carries for an average of 8.6 yards per carry.

Havelock coach Jim Bob Bryant believes either all-star game would be remiss if Scott isn’t selected.

"He’s just the total package of a running back," he said. "He has speed, quickness, great vision, strength, everything that you would want. He can make plays all over the field. They should take him as an athlete if nothing else."

Through it all – a hotly contested recruiting war, football camps and a near-religious workout regimen – Scott keeps a cool head and positive attitude.

"I feel like I have done really well at all of the camps I have gone to," he said. "I got to participate in a lot of drills against really good players and learn a lot from many different coaches." 

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