Eric Scott's strength is his vision, explosiveness and versatility. Scott mentions he wants to improve on his speed and strength.
"I don't have any written offers yet. I have a lot of interest in the Gators but don't think I will be able to attend camp."
Schools to keep an eye out would be Middle Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt and Illinois.
As his senior season gets underway, Scott is a player that will make a name for himself and could be a player that makes some serious noise before it's all said and done. Scott will go well over the 4,000 yard rushing total when his high school career is over.
Scott is Under the Radar
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