Great Scott

Kenny Scott, of Daytona Beach Seabreeze, is a talented player on both sides of the ball. He has played running back, cornerback and both safety positions in high school. A physical player with good instincts and athletic ability, Scott has rearranged his official visits. Click here for the latest and see where FSU stands on his list. And did you know Scott's sister lives in Tally?

Stellar athlete Kenny Scott, of Daytona Beach Seabreeze, will take his first official visit this weekend to Notre Dame. It's banquet weekend for the Irish, and many of the nation's top recruits will be in South Bend, Ind.

Scott told The Territory Thursday night that he is excited about his upcoming visit, saying, "Notre Dame football. What can you say? It's football tradition." Scott also pointed out that Notre Dame graduates 90-percent of its athletes, a statistic, he said, "sits well with my mother."

Scott confirmed to The Territory that he has rearragned his official visits. He will travel to Georgia Tech next weekend, and then welcome the new year with trips to Florida State (1/10), Tennessee (1/17) and Florida (1/24).

While Scott has not named a leader, many speculate the Seminoles hold the inside track. FSU fans also will be happy to hear that Scott's sister lives in Tallahassee, and Scott admitted that "will play a role in my decision." Scott was in town on an unofficial visit for FSU's victory over the Gators, calling it "a great atmosphere." Scott added it has been his childhood dream to play for coach Bobby Bowden.

Scott, however, also is equally impressed by the Gators and first-year coach Ron Zook, calling him a "fiery, engaging coach." He also is well aware of UF's storied football history, as well as the accomplishments of former coach Steve Spurrier. Scott also was impressed by the show of support by UF fans against the Seminoles.

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