South Florida DB a wanted man

One of the top defensive backs in South Florida is Miami Kilian's
Miguel Scott.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound
cover corner enters his senior season with a wide range of national recruiting
interest and three official scholarship offers on the table.
"So far I've got offers from Florida, Ohio State and
N.C. State," Scott said. "I'm also getting a lot of interest from UM (Miami) and
FSU (Florida State). Those are my top five right now. I'm keeping it open for
other schools, but that's my top five as of today.
"I like UF, FSU and UM because they're the home teams.
They carry a lot of pull because of that. UM was my favorite growing up, but
I've like them all. Ohio State is in there because they send a lot of DBs to the
NFL. It seems like a great training ground for my position. N.C. State has
really got me interested because I like coach (Chuck) Amoto a lot. I knew him
when he was at FSU and he was recruiting me. I have a really good relationship
with him and his staff, and we've got some players from our school up there.
They really like it."
Scott, who recorded 65 tackles and six interceptions as
a junior and turned in an impressive Nike summer camp performance, has also been
receiving heavy interest from West Virginia, Rutgers, Boston College, Kentucky,
LSU, Alabama and Auburn.
He's rated one of the top
in the nation and is a member of the Rivals
Florida Top
100 team.