WR | (5-11, 170, 4.35) | Tennessee
By Pro Football WeeklyNotes: World-class sprinter with personal bests of 6.48 in the 60 meters, 10.05 in the 100 and 20.47 in the 200. Has won almost every sprint competition in the Southeastern Conference, as well as the NCAA indoor 60-meter championship. Was second in the 60 in 2002. In football, Scott redshirted in 1998. Had his best year to date in '99, catching seven passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns and returning 20 kickoffs for 540 yards and a score. Caught 5-29 and returned 27 kickoffs for 636 yards in 2000. Caught 6-72-1 and returned 25 kickoffs for 522 yards in '01. Started the first nine of 13 games in '02 and caught 10-87-0, returned four punts 49-1 and two kickoffs 31 yards with zero TDs. Positives: Can return. Excellent timed speed for a returner. Gets separation and has downfield speed. Gives good effort and works. Negatives: Tiny-framed, skinny receiver who does not have great hands and loses concentration. Lacks football intelligence and vision. Track guy playing football. Lacks agility to break down and change directions. Needs to learn how to drop his weight running routes and beat the jam. Has straight-line speed and lacks awareness. Inconsistent hands.Summary: Has speed you can't teach, which could make it worth taking a chance on him.* Player biographies are provided by Pro Football Weekly.