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JUCO WR with OSU offer ready to 'clock in'

Terence Scott

THE SEASON for College of the Canyons and WR Terence Scott will end this weekend but before it does, Scott will be looking to surpass the 1,000 yard mark for the second straight year. A sure handed wideout with six minutes of video available for viewing, Scott is ready to focus in on recruiting and finalize visit details. The 6-0, 170-pounder also says he's ready to "clock in", each and every day.

The book on Scott is that he has quick feet, soft hands and excellent acceleration after catching the ball. Line him up on a track and he may not be the faster burner out there, although his 40 time is listed at 4.38. But out on the field with pads on and the ball in his hands, he always seems to be the fastest guy out there and pulling away. "Rest assured wherever I go, I will clock in," said...

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