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FSU Showing Interest in TX OL Kamron Scott

Over the past few weeks, we have seen the offensive line board for Florida State start to grow. While the Seminoles’ staff didn’t get a chance to evaluate prospects during the spring, that hasn’t stopped the coaches from reaching out to emerging targets. One of the latest recruits gaining interest from FSU is Texas lineman Kamron Scott. We caught up with Scott to talk about his recruitment and to talk about the schools starting to reach out at this time.

As we head into the summer we will see recruits emerge onto the scene for schools all over the country. Kamron Scott has seen his recruitment’s pace pick up lately as schools are starting to recruit him. While the majority of his offers are from smaller schools right now big-time schools are knocking on his door.

“Recruiting is going pretty good since I opened my recruitment back up,” said Scott. “I decommitted from UT-San Antonio because I committed too early and there other schools starting to talk to me. Ole Miss, UCF and SMU have offered me. Iowa State, Arizona, Florida State, Texas Tech, Arkansas and Baylor all have been in contact and we are in the early phases of recruiting right now.”

As we’ve seen with other recruits, FSU offensive line coach Alex Atkins is using Zoom to speak with Kamron. The Converse, TX standout says Coach Atkins is evaluating him and that an offer could come down the road.

“I talk to Coach Atkins and their assistant offensive line coach,” said Scott. “We talk like every other day. We had a Zoom call recently where he was telling me what I need to do to earn the offer from them. I am trying to stay patient. I hope that offer comes. It’s making me work harder to get it and I know in time it will come.”

FSU is the school Kamron grew up watching, and he says that his family ties to an FSU legend helped make him a Seminole fan.

“I love them and I have always watched them since I was nine years old,” Scott said of FSU. “I’m related to Charlie Ward – I’ve just loved them. An offer from them would mean so much and would put them at the top of the list. I want to see who else comes through with an offer but they’d jump up to #1 for sure.”

The 6’5”, 321 pound tackle says that he’ll more than likely wait until February to make his final decision, especially after committing and decommitting from a school already. Taking his time this go-around is important as he looks for the best school that matches what he’s looking for.

“First, I want to go to a good program that is going to make me a better man,” Scott said about what he’s looking for in a school. “I want to go somewhere with a good business program. I also want to go somewhere where I can help bring a school back. A school like FSU has had its ups and downs and I can’t lose interest in them. I can be a piece that helps them.”

Originally from Thomasville, GA, Scott says he started playing football for a few reasons.

“I started playing ball after watching it and getting that feeling I got watching it,” said Scott. “Then when I started playing, I knew it was for me. I play now to make my grandad proud. I wish he could see me play.”

FSU has legit interest in Kamron, and as long as he keeps working to improve his game FSU, and schools from all over, will be jumping on board soon.

Stay tuned as we track Scott’s developing recruitment and upcoming senior season.


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