Recruiting: Scott Says Five Still In The Hunt

Christian Scott of Dallas (Skyline), Texas, is considered the premier safety prospect in the Southwest and despite a minor injury played well in last Saturday's U.S. Army All-American Game in San Antonio. He was not one of the players that made a live commitment and he has five schools that are anxious to see where he is going to chose to play his college football.

"It was pretty nice, a good experience," said Scott of the All-American Game. "I played all right especially considering I had a minor injury. I had kind of a hip pointer in practice. I thought I did pretty good against all those receivers during the wheel in practice. We did a lot of seven-on-seven."

At 6-1, 195 to 200 pounds Scott has very good size and he has more than adequate speed to grab some playing time early if the school he choses has an opening. Speaking of chosing, he has a visit coming up, his last visit. He also said there was plenty of talk on recruiting in San Antonio.

"There was some recruiting going on, but not a lot," said Scott. "Everybody had their opinion on their commitment and their school. I have my last visit coming up to Texas on Jan. 19. I'm waiting until my last visit is done and then I can write down what I'm thinking about each school and discuss it with my parents and my coaches. That's when I will get down to making my decision. Right now all the schools I visited are alive."

We asked him about each one and each he said yes, he was still considering them. His list, since he didn't list them, in alphabetical order is LSU, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, and Texas A&M.

We should know where Scott will be heading around Jan. 22-25.

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