June 1, 2020

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Diamond in the Rough: Cullan Scott

Cullan Scott is 6’2” 273lbs five-star junior defensive tackle from Plaquemine High School in Plaquemine, Louisiana. Scott is the 9th ranked defensive lineman in the state of Louisiana. Scott tested out with a 8/10 in height, 7/10 in weight, 9/10 in strength, 10/10 in hands, 10/10 in footwork, and a 10/10 in vision.





When did you become introduced to the game of football?

When I was younger I started playing football for the Baton Rouge Bengals in 2009.

What are somethings that football has taught you?

Football has taught me about discipline which all players must have to play the game, attitude because a players attitude can affect others around you, and leadership.

How would you describe your style of play?

My style of play is powerful and athletic.

Who are some of your biggest influences?

My grandparents because my grandpa who died in 2007 told me that he wanted me to make it in football; one of my grandmothers who had cancer also wanted me to make it in football, and my other grandmothers has been with me since I was young. They are my role models.

What made you decide to be a defensive lineman?

I like hitting and being aggressive. I have been playing defense since the beginning.

Which defensive lineman do you compare yourself to?

Demarcus Lawrence because he is quick and powerful.

Are there any other hobbies you enjoy besides football or do you play any other sports?

I play basketball from time to time and I enjoy riding horses.

What is an area of your game that you are constantly working on?

I am trying to improve my pass rushing because while I am trying to get my speed at the defensive tackle position it is kind of hard because of my position and use mostly power moves to stop the run, which is my greatest strength.

What are your goals for your senior year?

My goals are to graduate with a high GPA and sign with a college for football.