Ontario (Calif.) Colony receiver Kenneth Scott is already ranked as one of the nation's top players. He's a member of the Rivals250 and ranked as a four-star prospect. He's got one offer on the table from Colorado State and is working hard to add even more to the list.
"I'm trying to get my film out," Scott, who is 6-foot-3 and 181 pounds, said. "When I do get my film out I think things will start to pick up for me.
"I don't want to hear from anybody specifically. I would like to hear feedback from schools in the South, the Midwest and from all over. I'm just trying to get my name out there and have people see my film."
He said he's not locked into staying out West.
"No, not at all," Scott said. "I don't have any early leaders. I'm just trying to get my name out there and stack a bunch of offers up. If I had to name someone though it would probably be Colorado State. They extended an offer to me and that shows that they are interested in me and my ability."
Scott is working hard at building good relationships with coaches from all over the region. He plans on heading to UCLA and USC this spring for unofficial visits and spring games.
"I have a great relationships with coaches from both schools," Scott said. "At USC I talk to coach (Brennan) Carroll and coach (John) Morton. We talk like once a week. I call them and just check up with them and stuff. And then at UCLA I have a great relationship with coach (Reggie) Moore, coach (Todd) Hundley, and coach (Rick) Neuheisel."
Arizona, Arizona State, Cal and other Mountain West programs are also recruiting Scott.
Scott's spending a lot of his time now preparing for the upcoming season with daily workouts. He's focused on improving his game even more.
"I'm just trying to get bigger, stronger, faster, more agile," he said. "I'm really trying to work on my speed and quickness."