"The facilities were awesome," Jaylon Scott immediately exclaimed, when asked how it went. "My coaches had told me Boone Pickens had spent a lot of money on them, but I wasn't expecting that. I was blown away."
"I've never seen an indoor facility like that. Everything. It was awesome."
Another highlight: One-on-one time with the players.
"We talked to some of the DBs," said Scott. "We had a great conversation. They gave us a lot of background on the program, how they do things up there."
The Dallas corner- who made the four and a half hour trek up to Stillwater with friend and Lancaster High running back Joseph Paden- said they spent the most time with OSU cornerback Brodrick Brown and safety Daytawion Lowe.
"They were telling us that Coach Gundy isn't like most coaches. He teaches discipline. He makes sure his players go to class and get their grades right," said Scott. "Other coaches might let you do what you want to do, but that's not good when you get out of college. They said Coach Gundy helps prepare you for when you're done with school. I like that."
"They said they got mentors and tutors that will look out for you, and help you, too."
The 5'9, 165-pound speed demon's day was concluded with a one-on-one sitdown with Cornerbacks Coach Jason Jones.
"Coach Jones said he's watched my film more than once, and he loves what he sees," Scott noted. "He wants to keep in touch. He'll be by the school this spring."
"I definitely want to get back up there, though," he added. "I loved it."
Scott, who has already been to Baylor's Junior Day, plans on hitting Texas A&M next, March 3.
He holds an offer from Colorado State, but expects several more this spring.
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