Three-star Miami (Fla.) defensive back
Miguel Scott says a late in-home
visit swayed his final decision.
"N.C. State was down here today, Doc Holiday, and he
just let me know how much they wanted me to be part of their program," he said.
"So I decided to get things over with and gave my commitment to N.C. State.
"I like where their program is headed, and there's a lot
of people from Florida up there I already know. It's a nice fit for me."
Scott (6-1, 180, 4.49) is a member of the Rivals.com
Florida Top 100 team and one of
the top cornerbacks in the South. He had also been considering Florida and
Rutgers, which were his leaders as recently as this past weekend, but the
Wolfpack apparently closed strong.
As a senior, Scott helped lead Killian to an 11-1 record
by recording 65 tackles, five pass break-ups and three interceptions.