Scott to commit soon

One of the fastest prospects in Georgia is ready to name the school he will make plays for on the next level. Who remains on Justin Scott's list and when does he plan to reveal his decision? Find out right here.

"I have talked it over with my coach, my parents, and my pastor and I feel that I am ready to make my decision," said Justin Scott.

Who will it be for Scott? He is down to Georgia, Georgia Tech, Louisville, South Carolina, Stanford, and Wake Forest. Other schools have offered, but those six are the only ones that remain on his list.

The 6-foot, 202 pound speedster out of Camilla (GA) Mitchell County knows where he wants to go. His mind is made up and it is only a matter of time because that news becomes public.

"I wasn't really sure when I was going to be ready to make my decision, but I talked to my pastor about things at church on Sunday and I know I am ready. I just feel very comfortable with this school, I trust their coaches, I know they are going to put me in the best position possible to make plays, and I just know I am ready."

"I will be announcing my decision at the state track meet in Jefferson (GA) on May 15. The track meet goes from May 13-15 and I will be announcing my decision there on the last day."

He is one of the fastest athletes (10.53 in 100m and 21.57 in 200m this year) in the Peach State and if he places first in one of his events, then he may announce his decision from the podium.

"I might get up there and put a hat on or I might get on the P.A. system and announce it," Scott said laughing. "I really do not know yet exactly how it is going to happen, but I know I will be committing then and I will come up with something."

Scout's number three rated wide receiver in Georgia knows he is ready. He committed to Stanford in December and realized that he made his decision a little too quickly.

Since that time he has let things play out at a lot slower pace and he is now sure that he is ready to make his final decision.

"When I commit this time, it is going to be my definite decision. I know the school I want to go to and I do not think there is any reason for me to wait any longer. I will be able to focus on a state championship at Mitchell County and have a stress free senior year."

Scott finished with 43 receptions for 846 yards and 10 touchdowns at receiver while scoring two touchdowns returning punts and adding another one on a kick-off return. On defense, he had 49 tackles and four interceptions.

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