Eric Scott road to redemption

CIF State Division 2A Regional High School Football Los Angeles High Romans vs Sierra Canyon Trailblazers game action at Granada Hills High on December 10, 2016 (Photo by Jevone Moore/Full Image 360)

Los Angeles, CA – The Nevada Wolf Pack football program added a great recruiter, passionate let’s get to work, high football IQ  and an outside receiver coach Eric Scott Tuesday, December 22.

Scott coming off winning his second Los Angeles City Championship Title with the Los Angeles Romans in three years. The Romans exploded on the scene in 2014 once he took over.

Success has always followed Scott everywhere he has coached. Being able to relate to the players on a real level growing up in South Los Angeles himself.

“Eric is an up and coming talent in this profession,” said Karl Dorrell former UCLA football coach. “He has a great sense of evaluating talent and developing skill players to reach their potential.”

Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) is a step away from the big leagues, some would argue that it is big leagues.

Back 2007 Scott was an assistant coach with UCLA,  coaching receivers before having a brush with the law that didn’t result in charges but bad press was enough.

From then to now the high school level had been Scott playground.

Coaching History

             Crenshaw High School – Assistant Coach 1999 – 2006

              UCLA – Assistant Coach 2007

              Compton Centennial – Head Coach 2008, 2009

              Los Angeles High School Head Coach 2014 – 2016

              Nevada Assistant Coach 2016 –

Scott coming out of Crenshaw High School was recruited by Yale, Harvard and other Ivy’s league schools. He picked Northwestern back in 1993 before transferring to UCLA and earning his BA.

Currently Scott is in the last stage of USC Business Graduate School degree program.

Nevada will open the 2017 season at Northwestern for Scott’s college re-debut in Evanston, IL. Lookout Mountain West Conference the WolfPack is coming.

The City Section now will be void of a great coach but gain a familiar pair of eyes on their top stars for future scholarships.