Offers Coming In For Daytona Beach DB

Junior to Watch: Kenny Scott
School: Daytona Beach-Seabreeze.
Position: Cornerback/Running Back.
Size, Speed, and Grades: Scott is 6-foot-1 and 178 pounds. He ran a 4.4 forty-yard dash at the Miami Nike camp. Scott has a 2.67 grade point average and received a 960 on the SAT in his first attempt.
Honors: Scott made the Class 3A All-State third team last season as a wide receiver. He also made the All State team as a sophomore. He was All Area as a freshman, sophomore, and junior, and All Conference his sophomore and junior seasons. Scott was named Central Florida Athlete of the Week two times.
Statistics: Scott had 800 yards rushing, 700 yards receiving, and 14 touchdowns as a junior.
Favorites: Scott said his favorite schools are Florida, Miami, South Carolina, Louisville, Stanford, and Ohio State.
Skinny: One of the top players in Volusia County this year will be Seabreeze High School's Kenny Scott. The mail is coming in droves and the defensive back/running back/wide receiver already have several scholarship offers to report.
"The letters range from Florida, Stanford, Florida State, Nebraska, Ohio State, Michigan... Basically just about every school," Scott said. "I think over 53 Division I schools have sent me mail. I have scholarship offers from Purdue, Louisville, Stanford, Duke, Wake Forest, Central Florida, and there's a couple more but I can't remember them all."
Scott said the offers were both verbal and letter offers. What is he going to look for in choosing a school?
"I'd like to see if they can contend for a national title," Scott said. "I want the ability to come in and be an impact player early. I'd like a family atmosphere, somewhere where you're not just another person."
Scott played primarily offense last season at Seabreeze, but feels his future lies instead at defensive back, either corner or safety.
"A lot of people want me to play defensive back and at the next level I prefer defensive back," Scott said.
Scott expects to see more time on defense this season. As a freshman he played defensive back exclusively and had 6 interceptions that year.
"I feel I'm a hard hitter," Scott said. "I can cover good. I ran a 4.4 flat in the forty at the Nike combines so I can get to the ball quick. I just make plays when I get there."
Scott said he likes to compare himself to Mashall Faulk (RB) and Aeneas Williams (CB) from the St. Louis Rams. He has taken unofficial visits to Florida and Miami and tripped down to Coral Gables for the 'Canes' spring game earlier this month.