Take a look at West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade's dual threat quarterback Logan Scott in his mid-season…
Scott Outsmarts His Competition
After West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade's disappointing loss to Serra in their League Championship game, the Eagles were on a mission to redeem their winning ways. On Friday night, the Chaminade accomplished that by beating Inglewood 45-15 and advanced into the second round of the CIF Southern Section playoffs. All of Logan Scott's success this season has landed him two offers so far, from Princeton and Columbia. "Columbia was my most recent offer," Said Scott. "I was excited about that offer, and happy knowing I have another option and the opportunity to play at the next level." After the season starts to wind down, Scott is planning to travel back east for official visits to both programs. "I think I will take my trips in December or at the beginning of January," said Scott. Scott also discussed the lengthy list of schools that have been showing him interest. "I have also been hearing from: Harvard, Dartmouth, University of San Diego, Colgate, Georgetown, Delaware, Nevada and John Hopkins," said Scott. "Out of that list, the schools that standout are, Colgate because they have been recruiting me since the end of my junior year. Also, Georgetown because they have been sending me handwritten letters, as well as John Hopkins, because I talk to them often and I will be taking an official out there after my season." This 6'2 and 195-pound quarterback has a unique style that he says he tries to model after his favorite quarterback, Michael Vick. Scott talked about what makes him standout among his competitors. "I am a dual threat, I scramble and make lost of plays with my feet," said Scott "Michael Vick has been my favorite player for a long time. I love to watch him in- action and I look up to him as an athlete"
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