Scott staying patient

Ontario (Calif.) Colony receiver Kenneth Scott ranks as one of the top receivers in the West, and while he does have a nice offer list – which includes a new addition of Idaho this week – he still is searching for his first major offer.
However, the 6-foot-3, 198-pounder said he plans on being patient.
"I'm not going to get it frustrate me," Scott said. "I've had a lot of coaches come through and check on me. I've talked to a lot of people. Schools like Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, USC and UCLA. I just know I have to hang in there. They all say they like me, and I'm sure if I go to some camps and perform well, the other offers will come."
But for now Scott said he feels blessed to have offers from Colorado State, UTEP and Idaho. The Vandals are the newest to enter the equation and most would blow them off as not having a serious chance with the four-star prospect, but Scott likes what he sees from them.
"I know a lot about Idaho because my boy Maurice Shaw, the receiver, goes up there," Scott said. "He tells me it's a great place, and that I could come in and play early. The offense is similar to what we run at Colony, and that I could easily adapt to it with no problem.
"Plus it would be cool to be right next to him at receiver. I'm being recruited by Jonathan Smith and Patrick Libey. They're both good guys."
Scott caught 31 passes for 655 yards and five touchdowns last season in just seven games. One reason Scott said some schools might be waiting on him is because he missed several games because of a high ankle sprain.