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|Scott commits to Mississippi State|
Ferriday High Junior Davonte Scott was so impressed with his visit to Junior Day at Mississippi State on Feb. 20 that he committed to the school as an athlete.
"I really like the school and the people were real nice, said Scott, who had 2,287 all-purpose yards for the Trojans last year and also had 79 tackles and five interceptions, along with 12 pass break-ups.
He also totaled 2,287 all-purpose yards.
Scott was recruited by Mississippi State assistant coach Mark Hudspeth.
Scott said he has not received offers from any other school at this time.
"I also wanted to get this done before next season so I can concentrate on the football field," he said.
Scott played quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back at Ferriday last year and also returned kicks.
Harrison said Scott will see more time at quarterback this season.
"He actually has an accurate arm, but a lot of people don't know that because we didn't need him to throw the ball."
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"I think they will try him out at defensive back," Harrison said. "They'll do what's best for them and where he can benefit them the most. Davonte was impressed with the coaching staff. They are a lot like our staff, real down-to-earth and they work well together."
Scott said he will take his first ACT on April 10.
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