USF RB Darrell Scott leaving Bulls to go pro

Running back Darrell Scott has made it official that hes skipping his senior season with USF for the NFL draft.

USF running back Darrell Scott, who led the Bulls in rushing during 2011, has decided to skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft.

"Good Luck Darrell Scott," head coach Skip Holtz announced through twitter.
The 6 foot-1, 239 pounds back transferred to USF from Colorado, had to sit out the 2010 season and only played one season in Tampa, but led the Bulls in rushing in 2011, with 814 yards on 153 carries, with five touchdown runs.

With Scott's departure USF rising senior Demetris Murray, who rushed for 503 yards and eight touchdowns in 2011, and rising junior Marcus Shaw, who scored twice, are USF's top two returning running backs for 2012. They also return rising junior Bradley Battles and redshirt freshman Willie Davis.

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