Fresno State, San Diego State and Boston College already want DaMari Scott on each of their respective campuses next fall, but the six-foot-one 190 pound receiver is taking his time in the recruiting process and looking forward to playing his final year of high school football.
“My senior season I just have to go out and compete and put up my numbers,” Scott said. “Hopefully everything will work out and hopefully when the season starts more come in.”
Although considered one of the more elite receivers in California, Scott has flown under the recruiting radar but is keeping his options open and remaining optimistic about more offers coming his way.
“Right now, I’m honestly open to everyone. I don’t have a favorite and I’m interested in whoever is interested in me,” Scott said in an interview earlier this spring.
“I’m just trying to get to the next level. Hopefully when the season starts more come in.”
Out of the three offers he currently has, Scott says each school is interesting but one isn’t standing out more than another.
“I like them all because they all have great programs.”
“Fresno is a great place from what everyone tells me. I like the academics of Boston College and the location part of San Diego State is major.”
Scott competed at the Oakland NFTC in May but says his summer camp circuit is now over and his focus is on his team and continuing to improve his game as an individual.
“My strengths are getting out of my breaks and route running, and I’ve been working on my hands lately. I just want to do everything to help the team win.”