Scott, Chaz

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    Chaz Scott was a star football player at Hamilton High in the late 90's and early 2000's. A two-way player, Scott excelled offensively as both a running back and a wide receiver. He rushed for nearly 1000 yards and scored 13 touchdowns his senior season. As talented as Scott was offensively, he had an even greater impact on the defensive side of the ball. A skilled defensive back for coach John Wrenn, Scott tallied 53 tackles and three interceptions his junior year, good enough to earn him a place on the all-region team. He was even better his senior season. A leader on the defensive side of the ball, Scott racked up 57 tackles, forced four fumbles, and pulled in two interceptions, both of which he returned for touchdowns. He was voted to both the 1st team All-Fiesta region and All-State teams, and was named the best defensive back in Arizona at the conclusion of the season. He earned national recognition, as Superprep Magazine named him a 1st team All-American. Scott finished his high school career ranked as the fifth best player in the state of Arizona.

    Scott chose to attend Oregon State after his career at Hamilton reached at end. The coaching staff decided that his speed and instincts for the football would help them more at linebacker than in the defensive backfield. Despite being a bit undersized, Scott excelled as a special teams player and reserve linebacker. He appeared in almost every game from his redshirt freshman season on, before being elected a team captain his senior year. He now owns and operates a workout facility in Chandler called The Factory Youth Academy and is a part time coach for Hamilton High. 

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