The Hubbard program has been one of the more successful in Ohio recently under head coach Brian…
Scott Staying Patient With The Process
Even though he gets over-shadowed by his brother, L.J. Scott, Hubbard athlete Isaiah Scott is an excellent prospect in his own right. Isaiah Scott, 6-foot-3, 195-pounds, plays a number of positions in high school, but projects as either a safety or wide receiver at the next level. "We are working hard this summer, and a state title is the goal," Scott said. "For us, it's no plays off, and no days off, and that has to be how we approach this season. If we keep working, we can play 15 weeks, not 13 weeks. We have some younger guys that are really doing everything the coaches are asking of them." "I'm actually going to be playing cornerback this year on defense, and I'm excited about that," he added. "They want me to use my size and length in coverage, and I'm excited to do that after playing safety and linebacker before." With two offers to his credit, Scott has hit the recruiting radar, but he is hoping to add more. "I have the offers from Kentucky and Cincinnati," he explained. "I want to get to Kentucky to see the campus and talk with the coaches, because I've never been there yet. I'm also high on Cincinnati, and think a lot of their program." "Coach (Urban) Meyer at Ohio State told me he wants to see all B's on my fall report card, and then he's going to talk to me about an offer," he said. "Michigan State is also showing me a lot of love, and I'm very interested in them as well." Even though his brother is going to be making his decision in late July, Isaiah Scott is willing to wait longer to find the right school. "I will wait until the end of the season, to see where things are to be honest," Scott stressed. "I'm in no hurry, and I just want to find the right school for me. If I find that place soon, I would go ahead and commit though." "We would love to go to the same school, but I have to look at the possibility that it might not work out," he said. "If we go our separate ways, we have to, and we would adjust. My mom wants us at the same school too, but she's leaving everything up to us to find the right place. She just wants to see both of us become college graduates."
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