Posted April 22, 2013 on recruiting.scout.com
ASHBURN, Va. -- Fairfax (Va.) High running back Nick Scott spent Saturday at Penn State watching his future program's spring game, and Sunday he was at the Nike Football Training Camp to compete against the region's best. He spoke to FOX Sports NEXT about all of it.
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