At 5-11 180, Chris Scott had over 100 tackles as part of the secondary at Southern Lab. At one time, he thought he would be joining his former Southern Lab teammate, Earl Patin, at Baylor. Things have changed.
"Right now, I want to open up all my options. I want to be open to all universities."
Scott says he has been contacted by the new Baylor coaching staff, but it he is awaiting another call to set up an official visit.
"They just said that I am still on board, but that they were going to evaluate all of the current talent. I think I am going to visit Baylor next month, but no visits are planned right now."
Unfortunately for Scott, his other college options are also going through coaching changes.
"West Virginia, Coach Rodriguez resigned and he is going to Michigan. At Ole Miss, they got a new coach, too."
Right now, Scott is receiving plenty of interest from Cal, West Virginia, Tulsa, North Carolina, and Ole Miss.
So, what does the future hold for Scott?
"I have a new highlight tape. And I plan on taking visits next month sometime. Right now though, I am completely open to all of my options. I want to go to a football town and a school that loves football. I love football."
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