2010 receiver is special

It is never too early to introduce a player who has big time written all over him and that is exactly what class of 2010 wide receiver Kenneth Scott (6-3, 185, 4.5) from Ontario (Calif.) Colony is – big time.
Scott has been a starter on the varsity squad since his freshman year and he has never looked back. There is no doubt that Scott will be a very highly recruited athlete and it wouldn't be surprising to see him land his first official offer when teams can tender scholies to underclassmen when September 1st rolls around.
"Kenneth will be has highly recruited as Omar Bolden was for us out of the class of 2007," Colony coach Anthony Rice said. "He started for us since his freshman year and not too many can say that.

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"Kenneth has great body control and hands," Rice said. "He reminds me of a young Keyshawn Johnson. He's absolutely fearless over the middle.
"Kenneth and his vertical leap of 38-inches makes him tougher still to cover," Rice said. "There just aren't that many players with his size, speed and athleticism. He is truly special."
Scott was an all-league as a sophomore after hauling 23 receptions for 404 yards and four touchdowns while averaging 17.6 yards per catch.
This will only be the first of many more stories to come on this very special talent.
Local schools UCLA and USC are already know of Scott. Arizona and Arizona State are also aware. There will be more than these four schools before it is all over.