"We are going to have a press conference," Scott informed Scout.com Sunday afternoon.
"I'm really excited [about the announcement], so I don't have to worry about any of this during the season."
Miami has been in the mix for Scott since early in his recruitment. Scott said his trip to the school was a big bonus for them.
"With Miami I feel and see all of the right things," Scott said. "When I look at a school I try to look at all the positives and they've shown a lot of positives. As I took my visit I just felt more comfortable there and with the people there."
"They have Malcolm [Grant] down there and we are good friends," he said. "So it's not like I don't know anybody and I'll be a stranger there."
Pittsburgh's involvement with Scott picked up over the summer and he took an official visit to the school in late September. The Panthers have a lot of connections to New York city and that's one thing Scott recognized.
"I definitely like to win and I'm a person that will do anything to win," Scott said. "I'll sacrifice anything to win and [Pittsbugh is] definitely a program that gets it done. I think that's a program that I could produce in and help take to the next level."
"From Levance [Fields] to Ashton [Gibbs] to Travon [Woodall] to Nasir [Robinson] it's basically like playing back in New York with my friends, so I definitely feel comfortable there."
The third and final school on his list is Connecticut. Jim Calhoun's staff has spent a considerable amount of time recruiting the wing standout and one of the pluses for the Huskies is Kemba Walker's presence at UConn. With that said, Scott pointed out a number of other reasons why they are under consideration.
"They have good tradition and they have produced a lot of NBA players and they produce great people in general and it's a wonderful program," Scott said. "When I ask people about UConn everyone always has something good to say. It's never negative. They have all the right aspects over there."
Scott will be a major score in the early signing period for one of these three schools. Over the summer he established himself as a top 30 player and a possible McDonald's All-American.
Scott is ranked No. 27 overall by Scout.com and checks in at No. 7 at the shooting guard spot.