L.D. Scott sets official visit to UofL

While L.D. Scott of Auburn (AL) High School was unable to make the trip to Louisville for the Cardinals season-opening shutout victory over Kentucky he is looking forward to a future visit to the River City.

L.D. Scott, as well as Brandon Carlisle and Chris Beck of Auburn High School had hoped to make an unofficial visit to Louisville for the Cardinals opening game against Kentucky on September 5th, but travel difficulties forced the trio to stay home.

Scott, a 3-star defensive tackle prospect, told Inside the Ville on Tuesday night that he hopes to make an unofficial visit to U of L for a game soon, but if not, he will be making an official visit in mid-December.

"I'm taking an official visit to Louisville on December 18th," Scott said. "I hope to come up before that, but traveling that far is hard."

During the past few days, Scott has fielded calls from a couple of his favorites.

"Coach [Dave] Warner from Southern Miss and Coach Joe Whitt from Louisville called me," said Scott.

Auburn, along with Lousiville and Southern Miss comprise the 6-foot-2, 265-pound lineman's favorites.

On Southern Miss: "I like the defense that they play there. I also like how hard they are recruiting me...they call me every week."

On Auburn: "I live really, really close to campus. I could walk there. I know a lot of the players on the team already there."

On Louisville: "It's a big city and it would be the farthest away from home that I have ever been and I like that. Coach Whitt went to Auburn High School to and that helps with my recruiting."

With one official visit to scheduled for December, it appears that Scott may wait until after his season before making a decision, but then again, maybe not.

"I don't know when I'll decide," Scott explained. "It's still up in the air right now."

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