Scott called most consistent/critical player for Mean Green

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The Denton Record-Chronicle in an article by reporter Brett Vito (, took a look back at the football recruiting class of 2013 at the University of North Texas, this year’s senior class. In the evaluation of the class Vito labeled Fred Scott via Kennedale as one of the best of the class. {{more:Read more …}}

Here is what he had to say about Scott:

Best player ? Linebacker Fred Scott: The former Kennedale never quite developed into a star on the Conference USA level, but there might not have been a more consistent and critical player for the Mean Green over the last four years. Scott started his last three seasons at UNT, finished with 177 tackles and was a team captain as a senior when he helped guide the Mean Green through a coaching transition in Seth Littrell?s first year.
Chronicle?s best line, ?Scott was a model player on and off the field who was an All-Conference USA Academic Team selection as a senior.?
Read the full article at Denton


Reported earlier in the Kennedale News: Up to his senior year,
Scott started every game in his sophomore and junior year and played in 6 games his freshman year.

At Kennedale, Scott was a District 6-3A first-team selection in 2012 with 86 tackles his senior season with nine for loss and three forced fumbles. He was an academic All-State selection the same year. His junior year Scott played offense as well, running for 577 yards and eight touchdowns. On defense he had up 85 tackles, seven tackles for a loss, two sacks and two interceptions.
Scott is a graduate student now at UNT.

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