Smith-Cotton’s Scott to Play Football at Winona State
Smith-Cotton High senior tight end Korbin Scott has accepted a scholarship to play football at Winona State University in Winona, Minn.
Scott was a two-time letterman for the Tigers and served as a captain during his senior season, when he was named to the All-West Central Conference and the All-District teams at tight end. During the 2017 season, Scott caught 19 passes for 221 yards and two touchdowns; he also had six carries for 42 yards.
S-C Football Head Coach Charlie McFail said: “Korbin has tremendous work ethic that has afforded him this opportunity at Winona St. He will do great up there as he continues to improve his athleticism and he skill.”
SCOTTSIGNINGGROUP: Smith-Cotton High School senior Korbin Scott has accepted a scholarship to play football at Winona State University in Wynona, Minn. Seated with him are his parents, Brian and Tyrena Scott. Standing, from left, are Smith-Cotton Athletic Director Rob Davis, S-C Football Head Coach Charlie McFail, brother Cole Scott, and S-C High Principal Wade Norton.
SCOTTSIGNINGACTION: Smith-Cotton senior tight end Korbin Scott (80) follows his blocking to post a first down during the Tigers' Sept. 22 victory over St. Michael at Tiger Stadium.