Senior remains undecided on college choice

Published: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 04:54 PM.

“Really, I give all the credit to the offensive line,” he said. “They give me big holes, and I just try to get vertical as quick as I can, try to make somebody miss and lower my shoulder at the next defender and hopefully break something.”

Scott is being recruited by just about every top college football program in the country, and speculation about his future follows him everywhere he goes. Various recruiting websites and magazines list what are said to be his favorites but Scott is quick to point out that he has not made a decision. He’s trying not to let all the hype and attention affect him.

“(College) coaches are always telling you how good you are and how much they want you to come and play for them,” Scott said. “But, I’ve got good parents around me to keep me humble.”

Scott said he wasn’t sure when he would make a decision, and that he has planned recruiting trips to South Carolina and Florida and to see N.C. State play North Carolina.

He said all the attention hasn’t become overwhelming.

“I try not to think about it a whole lot,” he said. “I try to focus on my team and what we have to do each and every week.”

This week, that focus is on West Carteret, with the Rams traveling to Morehead City for a 7 p.m. kickoff.



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