At Stanford: Fifth-year senior who graduated from high school in 1996, took two years off to complete a Mormon Mission and is now beginning his final year on The Farm ... Has been used as a backup outside linebacker and special teams player the past three years ... Signed a national letter-of-intent with Stanford in February of 1996, then spent the '96 and '97 seasons on a Mormon Mission in Slovenia ... He returned to The Farm for his freshman season in 1998.
The 2001 Season: Backup outside linebacker and special teams player ... Earned his first varsity letter.
The 2000 Season: Played in seven games, all in a reserve role at outside linebacker and on special teams ... Registered one tackle.
The 1999 Season: Used in a reserve role at outside linebacker ... Saw limited playing time ... Recorded one tackle.
The 1998 Season: Returned from a two-year Mormon Mission prior to the '98 season ... Redshirted the year as a true freshman.
In High School: Scott started at defensive end and tight end at Highland High School, where he graduated in 1996 ... He was named First-Team All-State as a tight end by both the Deseret News and the Salt Lake City Tribune ... Honorable Mention All-American ... Also named First-Team All-Region as a senior ... As a junior, he started at offensive tackle and defensive end before missing the last half of the season with an ankle injury ... Played two years of basketball and three years of rugby in high school ... His rugby team won the national championship his junior and senior seasons... Member of the National Honor Society.
Personal Information: The oldest player on the team ... Human Biology major ... One of two married players on the team (Kirk Chambers is the other) ... His wife's name is Eryn ... They were expecting their first child in August, 2002.