2013 high-line three-star quarterback Brayden Scott has committed to the Memphis Tigers, who was an Oklahoma target but looked elsewhere after they landed a QB over a month ago. Arizona State, Houston, and Tulsa were three other teams heavily targeting the pro-style quarterback.
Brayden Scott received offers from Memphis, Tulsa, Houston, Arizona State, Arizona, Clemson, Iowa State, Missouri, Purdue, Arkansas, and Tennessee in his recruitment. Schools that took a hard look at Scott but have not offered him are Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Oregon State.
Memphis was the choice out of about four or five schools, and Scott was also reportedly high on Arkansas at one point in his recruitment. He received interest from other major programs, including heavy interest from Alabama, Washington State, and Kansas with some recruiting services reporting offers from those schools.
The Sequoyah High QB is the 5th best quarterback in Oklahoma, and Brayden Scott is also one of the top 30 QBs in the class. He is a top Midlands recruit, and the three-star QB has the talent to succeed in most schemes at the collegiate level. The 6’2″, 195 pound QB can also run a 4.6 forty and has the speed to be considered as a dual-threat QB by some, even though he is a refined passer and fits a pro-style scheme a little bit better.
One of the most athletic quarterbacks in the class, Scott is also a strong passer and the popular 2013 QB is coming off a big junior season. He is a great fit for Memphis, and Scott is a huge commitment for the school overall. Quite a few top schools were going after him, with programs such as Wazzu and KU being big QB schools due to the new coaches there. Brayden Scott is one of the most talented quarterbacks in the 2013 class, and he is a premier, top five Midlands QB. Memphis’s seventh commitment in this class is certainly a tremendous one for the program.
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