Scott earned his degree in management. Scott, a native of Eastover, SC, was not present for the ceremony as he is preparing for another professional basketball season overseas. He competed in Australia last year.
Scott was first-team All-ACC as a senior in 2002-03 after
leading the Tigers with a 17.7 points per game average. He also
averaged 5.8 assists per game as a senior. He and Will Solomon are
the only Tiger guards to be named first-team All-ACC since 1981. As
a junior, Scott ranked third in the nation with 7.93 assists per
game. That average is still Clemson's single-season record.
Scott started 109 games at point guard from 1999-2003 and
ranks second in school history with 595 career assists. He is tied
for fourth in Clemson history with a 1.89 career assist-to-turnover
Ed Scott Graduates Saturday
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