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Welcome aboard Nick!
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Reminds me of DaeSean Hamilton. Both from Va, humble, religious, mature.
I'm very, very happy with BOB's checklist in what he is looking for in PSU recruits.
These are exactly the type of kids that I love seeing play for Penn State. Good and smart young men that are humble. The Michael Mauti's of the world. Nick Scott will continue that legacy
When a team outgrows individual performance and learns team confidence, excellence becomes a reality. - Joseph Vincent Paterno
Sounds like another outstanding addition..
Sounds like a quailty kid and great family. Welcome to your next family Nick.
Suck It Emmert!! and "Sorry for not being sorry for being a Penn Stater" - Philafan
I just watched this kid's film, and two things popped out at me:
(1) I got a little sentimental watching - my last game was on his home field (Fairfax). For you WPIAL people, that's probably not uncommon, but I can only think of two recent players from my area (Khamrone Kolb and Tony Hunt).
(2) Following those lines, my last HS sporting event was a track regional 4x100 race. Fairfax wound up in our heat after beating our 4x100 team the year before by .02 second. My friend, the anchor leg the year we lost, had injured his leg, and I was subbed in as the anchor for the 4x100. We wound up getting second or third, but we beat Fairfax by .01 second. Fairfax's anchor leg was Brandon Royster, Evan's older brother.
Brings back memories. Anyway, best of luck to the young fellow.
This post was edited by psume06 on 2/25/2013 at 11:12 AM
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