January 24, 2020

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Diamond in the Rough: D’jon Scott

D’jon Scott is a 6’0” 180lbs four-star 2nd team all-district junior wide receiver and safety from Terrebonne High School in Houma, Louisiana. Scott is the 5th ranked wide receiver of his 2020 class in the state of Louisiana. Scott is known for flying all over the field with his amazing awareness, quickness, and speed. Scott test out an 8/10 in speed, 9/10 in awareness, 10/10 hands, 10/10 in footwork, and 10/10 in vision.


When did you start playing football and when did you start to love playing football?

I started playing football when i was about six or seven years old and I really started loving it when I saw I had potential to be good and have a future with football.

What are some life lessons you have learned from playing football?

Football taught me how to be more mature and how to handle things different.

What kind of football player are you?

I’m a fast paced player that has potential to get better and stronger.

What is the best game you have ever played in so far?

The best game I have probably played in was our homecoming game against Patterson High School.

Do you have any hobbies outside of football?

The hobbies I have outside of football are basketball. I also enjoy being outside with my friends and just doing stuff with them.

What made you decide to be a running back?

What made me decide be a receiver was my athletic ability and I enjoy being able to run past defenders and I love scoring touchdowns.

What is your greatest strength on the football field?

My greatest strength on the football field is being able to do different things being able to fly around and see the whole field.

What is a part of your game that you are trying to improve?

A part of my game that I am trying to improve is playing physical and being able to help my teammates see more and do more.

What are your goals for your senior year?

The main goal for my senior year is winning, but another goal is getting a chance to play at the next level.