Cali QB excited about 1st offer

Corona (Calif.) Centennial quarterback Matt Scott picked up his first scholarship offer on Thursday. It wasn't just any old offer either as the talented signal caller landed a scholarship from one of the top quarterback coaches in the country.
Scott, 6-2, 185 pounds is just one of a handful of Div I prospects on a pretty loaded Husky squad. Despite playing in a fairly run dominated offense, Scott still completed 132-221 passes for 1,703 yards and 10 touchdowns. He added 536 yards on the ground and seven more scores.
We had a chance to see Scott in action a year ago and were very impressed. He has excellent mobility and a good feel in the pocket. He throws a nice deep ball and is accurate on all his other throws. The QB also tested well at the NIKE Combine in Long Beach running a 4.72-40, 4.22 in the shuttle and jumped 36 inches in the vertical. As for his first scholarship offer...
"Cal just offered me last night," Scott said. "I got a text message from Coach Tedford asking me to give him a call and when I called him up, he said he was offering a scholarship. This is my fist offer so I was excited and when you consider what a great school Cal is and what a great QB coach Coach Tedford is, I was even more excited.
"He said they have only offered two other quarterbacks and one of them has already committed somewhere. Cal is definitely a school I'm excited about but I'm not ready to make a commitment anywhere right now.
"I still want to go through the process a little bit and see what else is out there. In addition to Cal, I'm hearing a lot from Washington, Minnesota and Boise State. I would love to hear more from Arizona and UCLA as well. I'm going to camp at Cal for a day in June and will also attend the NIKE Camp at Stanford in May."