May 17, 2011

Plenty of Young Talent in Northeast Oklahoma

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - In the state of Oklahoma the class of 2011 boasted two members of the prestigious Elite 11 quarterback camp and while the class of 2012 has a bevy of interesting prospects there seems to be a lack of that truly elite national signal caller. In the class of 2013 the one player that many have earmarked for quite some time is Tahlequah Sequoyah's Brayden Scott. Early on many had high hopes due to Scott being the son of Indians head coach, and former Oklahoma State Cowboy quarterback, Brent Scott.

However as time has passed the younger Scott has proved to be worth of recognition based on his own merit. On Monday had a chance to watch him up close for the first time in nearly a year and not only has he had a chance to grow substantially physically but also is truly developing into the state's top quarterback.

Scott now stands just shy of 6-foot-3 and at roughly 180-pounds and looks the part of a major division one prospect though to date Tulsa is his lone scholarship offer.

Though his physical tools are continuing to become a strength of his game it's his skillset that truly separates him from many of his contemporaries.

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