Scott back from second visit

Melbourne (Fla.) Central Catholic wide receiver Rashawn Scott visited the University of South Florida on Jan. 14th. The following weekend, he hit the road to check out another Big East program.
"I visited West Virginia this weekend," Scott said.
While on the visit to see the Mountaineers, the 6-foot-2, 198-pound wideout had an opportunity to speak with new offensive coordinator and future head coach Dana Holgorsen.

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"I didn't really talk with him that much," Scott said. "He was just telling me they will go four-wide or three-wide pretty much all the time. He said they pass a lot. That is really all that he said to me, talked about the offense and how I fit."
He also spoke with assistant coach David Lockwood, who has been his primary recruiter.
"Coach Lockwood is a real good guy," Scott said. "He just tells me that I have an opportunity to get out on the field early in my career if I decide to go there."
Scott, who holds offers from Michigan State, Memphis, Illinois, Illinois State, Florida Atlantic, Bowling Green, South Florida, and West Virginia, hasn't decided if he will take any more visits.
"I do not know yet," Scott said. "There are a few schools it is between for a visit. It is mainly going to be if something comes up."
With two visits under his belt, does one school stand out for the three-star offensive weapon?
"I like USF a lot," Scott said. "USF is just real nice. West Virginia was a little cold."
While the in-state Bulls lead, Scott said he isn't rushing a decision.
"I don't know yet," Scott responded when asked when he would decide. "It could come a little past Signing Day. I just don't know yet."