Georgia Lineman Scott Chats About NU Interest

Chris Scott recently returned from Knoxville, Tennessee from his first official visit. Has the visit changed his favorites at all? Does Nebraska still stand a chance for the offensive lineman's commitment?

Chris Scott is a mountain of a man standing 6'4" and tipping the scales at 315 pounds of muscle and meanness.  Four SEC schools are in Chris' Top 5, Florida, Tennessee, Georgia and LSU.  One Big XII school has broken the barrier for the last slot in his consideration and that school is Nebraska.  Scott says that all five schools are on an even level as of now.  Upon returning from a trip to Knoxville, Scott said he was impressed with what he saw down on Rocky Top.  "It was great, I really enjoyed it.  Being able to see all of the facilities and I got to get around and see everything," said Scott. 

 

So, one has to wonder if Chris has had any contact with the Midwestern school as of late.  "I talked to Coach Wagner last week.  He was telling me how much of an impact I could make, talking about family and things.  He thinks I could make a pretty good impact, maybe come in and play early."  Coach Wagner is Chris' primary recruiter for Nebraska.  Chris will be visiting Lincoln on December 10th and has a definite attraction he wishes to view.  "I want to see the legendary weight room," Scott said.  The coaches at Nebraska have also shown Scott some drawings of the new Tom and Nancy Osborne complex.

 

Naturally, one has to wonder just when Chris plans to make his intentions known regarding his school of choice.  "I'm waiting for all five visits.  My last visit is on January 21, I'm probably going to wait for at least a week after that or maybe until signing day," Scott said.  Chris is still playing football as his Lovejoy High team is going into the second round of the playoffs and he feels that he has performed well during the course of the season.

 

We'll continue to keep in contact with Chris as he takes his visits and eventually makes the decision on where he will be calling home for the next several years.


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