Mids hold the ball for 42:42 but come up short
Navy will honor its 34 seniors in a pregame ceremony.
By Gary Lambrecht
Senior guard from Palm Bay, Fla.
Senior linebacker from Cedar Park, Texas
• At Navy: Enters the fall second on the depth chart at wide receiver behind Tyler Carmona ... one of the faster players on the team ... has improved his blocking ... has an opportunity to be a big play wide receiver for the Mids this fall ... has earned two varsity letters.
• 2016: Played in 12 contests, earning his lone start of the year against Houston ... missed the SMU and Temples games with an injury ... returned six punts on the year for 63 yards and a 10.5 average ... caught just one pass in 2016 for a gain of seven yards ... returned one punt at East Carolina for 16 yards ... returned one punt for 10 yards in the win over Tulsa ... caught his first pass of the seasn for a seven-yard gain at Tulane ... returned one punt for a career-long 20 yards against UConn in the conference opener ... returned his first career punt for 18 yards against Fordham in the season opener.
• 2015: Saw action in all 13 contests and caught two passes for 38 yards ... caught a five-yard pass in the win over Tulane ... caught his first collegiate pass, a 33-yarder, in the Air Force game ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ win over Colgate in the opener.
• 2014: Did not see any varsity action.
• High School / Personal: A 2013 graduate of Park Hill South High School, Scott attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2013-14 academic year ... an All-State (Mo.) wide receiver who was the recipient of the 2013 Otis Taylor Award presented to the best wide receiver in the state of Missouri ... served as team captain his senior year ... led Park Hill South to the conference and district title his senior season ... also considered Oklahoma State, Iowa State, Kansas, Idaho, Arkansas and Missouri ... son of Craig St. and LaKeesha Scott ... majoring in economics.