Over two dozen schools have offered Scott, but only five are being considered by him at this time.
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Each has something he likes.
"I like the coaches, the facilities, the fans, and the game-day atmosphere at South Carolina. I have been there for a few home games and the stadium is always packed and the fans are always loud.
"When I visited FSU a few weeks ago and I spent a lot of time with Coach [Jay] Graham and I really like him. I liked their facilities, the apartments there are nice too, and I enjoyed talking to Coach Jimbo Fisher.
"It was pretty good up there in Columbus too when I went to Ohio State. It is a little different than FSU or South Carolina because it is more of a big city atmosphere. It is real nice up there though. They have a lot of history there at Ohio State."
After a busy month of June, the 5-foot-10 1/2, 184 -ound running back out of Havelock, N.C. is going to spend more time with his team in July.
His next visit might be an official visit this fall.
"I do not have any plans to go anywhere in July," said the four-star back. "I may not visit anywhere again until the season starts."
That is when things could get real serious for Scott and his recruitment.
"I am just trying to figure out the best school for me. I am still weighing all of my options and the next time I name a top school, it may be when I commit. That could be during the season, but it may be after the season.
"When I commit, I am committing to one school. I am not one that goes back on my word, so I will take the time I need before making that decision.
"I am pretty sure I will take an official visit to FSU and Ohio State. I am thinking about Oregon and Tennessee, too. I may not need one to South Carolina because I know enough about them already."