2010 Watch: WR Kenneth Scott

The 6-3, 190-pound prospect from Ontario (Calif.) Colony, Kenneth Scott, might be one of the best at his position in the west for 2010. Scott already has a couple of scholarship offers, and he's been attending the local college games...

Ontario (Calif.) Colony receiver Kenneth Scott (6-3, 190), is expected to be one of the elite receiver recruits in the class of 2010 in the west.

Already, Colorado State and Tennessee have offered a scholarship to Scott, while plenty more schools are indicating they'll do the same before too long.

"Recruiting is going real good," said Scott. "I'm loving it right now because there are so many schools I'm interested in right now. It's pretty crazy."

Scott has gone to two college games in the Southland so far, the USC-Ohio State clash at the Coliseum and the UCLA-Arizona game at the Rose Bowl last weekend.

"The SC game was a real joy to watch," said Scott. "I sort of knew they were going to come out with the win like they did because SC has a great squad. The game was fun and I had a great time watching it with some guys from my team and with the players that I have built relationships with from the camps and combines I participated in. I also got to communicate with some players from SC and just the whole experience was really fun."

Then came the UCLA-Arizona game at the Rose Bowl, which also lacked the drama of a close game in the Wildcat win.

"Actually, the UCLA game against Arizona was pretty cool and exciting. I enjoyed myself a lot with my friends Sheldon Price and Brandon Sermons. Sheldon is already trying to recruit me to UCLA but it's cool because I have a lot of interest towards UCLA," said Scott. "Even though UCLA lost, I still liked what they were trying to do on offense. They run a similar offense as my high school team. If I were to go to UCLA, I would fit right in because I would be able to relate to it quick. There were a lot of things I liked about the game. Next week, I'm going to try and attend the game against Fresno State. I would love to go there, the tradition UCLA has is so great."

While the two local schools are heavily favored in Scott's recruitment, and with the two offers, he's got some options, but he's keeping them wide open.

"As far as my options are, I'm not locked in to any school," said Scott. "My options are still open."

Scott has had to miss the first three games as he recovers from a minor injury, but he's anxious to return to the field for the winless Tigers, who are coming off consecutive CIF-SS titles.

"I've been injured and I haven't been cleared yet, so I get to start playing this week against Serrano. I'll be ready to ball this week because all I've been doing is practicing with the team and not playing in the games. I'm ready to get out and play again," said Scott.

This past spring, Scott was one of the stars at the UnderArmour/Scout.com Combine in Los Angeles, earning all-combine honors. He also camped at UCLA and the Los Angeles Nike Camps.

Academically, Scott said he would be in fine shape and he'll take the SAT in the spring.


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