2018 NFL Draft

Christian Scott,

School:  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Dallas, TX
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Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
2010 Season
Appeared in 11 games at safety, including 10 starts, and appeared on special teams ... helped Texas rank sixth in the nation in total defense (300.2 ypg) and pass defense (161.6 ypg) ... posted 53 tackles (36 solo), one TFL, two forced fumbles, one INT and one PBU ... named UT's Special Teams Player of the Game Award on one occasion by the coaching staff ... recorded four tackles (four solo) at Rice in his first career start ... earned Special Teams Player of the Game Award for his effort against the Owls ... registered five tackles (four solo) against Wyoming ... recorded three tackles (three solo) at Texas Tech ... logged three tackles (one solo) vs. No. 8 Oklahoma ... recorded seven tackles (three solo) at No. 5/4 Nebraska ... registered a career-high eight tackles (four solo) versus Iowa State ... notched seven tackles (five solo), one forced fumble and one interception against No. 25/24 Baylor ... recorded seven tackles (five solo) and one TFL at Kansas State ... tallied four tackles (four solo) and one forced fumble against No. 12/11 Oklahoma State ... posted three tackles (two solo) against Florida Atlantic ... collected two tackles (one solo) and one PBU against No. 17/18 Texas A&M.
2009 Season
Missed all 13 regular-season games due to unresolved NCAA academic eligibility issues ... saw action on special teams in the BCS Championship game against No. 1 Alabama after restoring his eligibility for the bowl game.
2008 Season
Appeared in all 13 games at safety and on special teams ... posted 15 tackles, three PBU, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery ... tallied five special-teams tackles ... tallied three tackles in his collegiate opener versus FAU ... posted two tackles against Rice ... notched three tackles at Colorado ... returned a kickoff for 21 yards against No. 11 Missouri ... added a tackle versus No. 7 Oklahoma State ... posted three tackles, three PBU, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery at Kansas, filling in for an injured Blake Gideon ... added a tackle against Texas A&M ... posted two tackles versus No. 10 Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl.
High School
Prep All-American, all-state selection and a three-year member of the honor roll ... versatile athlete who lettered in two sports and played six different positions as a prepster (QB, RB, WR, S, CB, LB) ... played in the 2007 U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... was a member of ESPN's top 150 national prospects ... a first-team member of Dave Campbell's Super Team ... split time on offense and defense during his final two high school seasons ... tallied 102 tackles and seven interceptions during that span ... posted 882 yards of total offense and scored six TDs ... played in only six games during his senior season due to injury ... still earned second-team 5A allstate from The Associated Press at safety ... also tabbed first-team all-district 11-5A ... helped his team to a 7-4 record and a state playoff berth ... tallied almost 600 yards while playing QB, RB and WR on offense and 48 tackles and three INTs while playing CB and S on defense ... posted a 90-yard INT return for a TD against Arlington Bowie. Scored on a 57-yard TD reception in the final minute against Carter that made the score 17-16, but Skyline failed on the two-point conversion ... named first-team all-district 9-5A at safety as a junior ... helped team go 7-4 and reach the bi-district finals ... notched 54 tackles and four INTs ... also rushed for 162 yards and five TDs on 44 carries and caught eight passes for 120 yards and a TD ... was a three-year letterman for the track and field team ... competes in the 4x100- meter relay, 4x200, 4x400, high jump and triple jump ... cleared 6-6 as a junior and jumped 44-0 on his first-ever attempt in the triple jump ... served as a teacher's aide during high school ... volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club of Dallas.
Enjoys baking and playing dominoes ... full name is Christian Will Scott ... born 1/9/89 in Dallas.