2017 – Started all 12 games … recorded 41 punts for a 42.1 average … had 13 punts downed inside the 20 with 12 fair catches … had 12 punts of 50-plus yards … second-longest punt of career (69 yards) at Colorado State, the longest by an Air Force player since 2007 … the punt came late in the game vs. a 11-man rush … averaged a season-high 47.8 yards on four punts vs. New Mexico … punted three times for a 46.3 average at Boise State and a pair of 50-plus punts … averaged 47.8 yards per punt in back-to-back games vs. San Diego State and New Mexico, including a net of 46.1 in those games … averaged 46.5 yards with a 59-yard punt vs. San Diego State … both games were played in poor weather conditions … career-long punt of 72 yards vs. Utah State.
2016 – Did not see any varsity action.
High School – Lettered three years in football … second-team all-conference honoree in football … academic all-state two years … named Chris Sailer Kicking top 12 … member of the National Honor Society and German Honor Society four years each … earned an academic letter all four years … made the academic honor roll four years … football coach was Dave Logan.
Personal – Parents are Kim and Mary Scott … has two siblings … his father was a two-time All-American pole vaulter at Wisconsin … his brother, JK, was an All-American punter at Alabama and helped the team to two national championships … his sister, Christi, attended Harvard and was an Ivy League champion in track and was a five-time Colorado state champion in track in high school … majoring in economics with a minor in German … would someday like to work in the auto industry … took campus recruiting visits to Alabama, Clemson and Wisconsin … hobbies include water skiing and wakeboarding … completed Operations Air Force and was on the cadet cadre for Basic Cadet Training last summer.
Scott Career Statistics
Year G # Yards Avg. TB FC I20 50+ Lg
2017 12 41 1,728 42.1 0 12 13 12 72 (USU)