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|Scott signs with Co-Lin|
Ferriday High senior Da'Vante Scott signed a letter of intent with Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Wesson, Ms.
Scott originally committed to Mississippi State, but came up short on his ACT to qualify to play next season.
"I talked with the Mississippi State recruiter and he told me to get my work done there and then I could come there in a year or two," Scott said. "I'm ready to play at Co-Lin. I think it will help me in the long run."
Scott finished the season with 1,434 rushing yards, 24 catches for 341 yards and 721 return yards.
He also had 75 tackles on defnse, four sacks and an interception.
Co-Lin is coached by former South Natchez assistant coach Glenn Davis.
"He asked me where I wanted to play and I told him it didn't matter to me," Scott said.
"There's no doubt Da'vante can have an immediate impact," said Ferriday coach Chad Harkins. "He'll be able to get on track and after he finishes at Co-Lin I believe he will be able to name whatever school he wants to attend."
Ferriday started the season with a hard-fought 14-0 loss to Natchez.
Then came a tough 20-12 loss to Block.
The Trojans responded with a 41-6 win over Vidalia.
Following a 46-29 loss at Wossman, the Trojans won a thriller over Peabody, 37-35.
Then came impressive wins over Mangham, Jonesboro-Hodge. Lake Providence and Sterlington to set up the battle of district unbeatens in Farmerville.
The Trojans upset the Farmers, 32-22.
Ferriday ended its season in the first round of the playoffs with a 17-14 loss to Pope John Paul II.
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