"I have ten now," Scott said of his current scholarship offers.
Scott played all over the field as a junior at Mobile-Vigor High School. He rushed for 1,070 yards with 11 touchdowns, 1,059 yards passing with eight touchdowns and 12 catches for 353 yards and one touchdown. He recorded two blocked field goal attempts returning one for a touchdown, while also totaling 219 yards in returns. Scott's finished the year with over 2,700 all-purpose yards and 21 touchdowns.
The reason for the uncertainty is that college coaches aren't quite sure where to best utilize his talents.
"Most schools are saying that I can play on both sides of the ball," Scott said. "Some are saying that they'll let me try quarterback, receiver, cornerback or safety."
With plenty of scholarship offers still to come his way, Scott isn't ready to make a short list of favorites.
"I've only visited Alabama and Auburn and that's because they are both close to me," Scott said. "I want to visit as many of the schools that offer me as I can, so I can see what is out there for me."
Scott currently has no visits scheduled, but hopes to do so following the completion of his spring practice.