East Lansing, Mich., wide receiver Efe Scott-Emuakpor burst onto the scene as a sophomore when he caught over 60 passes for more than 700 yards. The 6-5, 185-pound prospect appeared on his way to a national recruitment but two years later he sits on just one offer.
Scott-Emuakpor had been receiving interest from the biggest name schools in Division I since his sophomore year, but Ball State was the only one that came through with an offer and this weekend he decided he wanted to be a Cardinal.
"I committed to Ball State last night," Scott-Emuakpor said. "I'm looking forward to having an immediate impact in Muncie."
Also a talented basketball player, Scott-Emuakpor not only has great size, but also outstanding athleticism. His team heads into the first round the MHSAA state playoffs this weekend after finishing the season with a 7-2 record. Scott-Emuakpor totaled 24 catches for 347 yards and four touchdowns on offense while also finishing with 33 tackles and one interception in the regular season.
Scott-Emuakpor has faced double teams for most of his career after finishing his sophomore year with 64 catches for 774 yards and four touchdowns.