“I feel like I showed everything on film that game,” he said at the NFL Combine. “Interception. Ball production. Open-field tackling. Zone awareness. I feel like I put it all on film that game, so I think that stands out against a very good opponent.”
Scott closed his career ranked tied for 12th in Michigan State history with 32 passes defended (seven interceptions, 25 pass break-ups) and recorded 98 tackles, including two for losses. He elected to forgo his senior season to enter the draft.
In high school, Scott was a first-team all-Greater Miami Conference selection as a senior at Fairfield in 2016. He had five interceptions, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble for the Indians his senior season. He also had 12 kickoff returns for 335 yards and a touchdown and three punt returns.