DT Dorrel Scott
6-4, 315, 5.0
Ridge View High School
Columbia, South Carolina
The talented defender returned to the lineup for Ridge View as they battled Northwestern. "We did good for the first half but we fell apart after halftime," stated Scott.
The 6-4, 315 pound defender is not ready to go on record with a leader. "My favorites are Clemson, South Carolina and Florida."
Charlie Strong has been working hard to get Scott to give the Gators a harder look. Dorrel's mother would prefer that he stay a little closer to home so the Palmetto state schools may have an advantage.
Scott plans to take unofficial visits to both Clemson and South Carolina over the next few weeks. "I'm going to try to make it up for the Florida State game. I will also see Clemson play South Carolina."
The Ridge View star has not scheduled any of his official visits yet but he will do so shortly. "I plan to do that soon."
What will Scott consider when deciding where he will play next season? "I will look at the area and what the people are like. I want to see what the campus is like. I've been to the stadiums but not really looked around."
Scott expects to make a decision sometime after his senior season is complete. We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive tackle from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.
Scott to Visit Clemson Again
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