My Receptionist's Son-In-Law Played in Senior Bowl - BJ Scott
My receptionist's son-in-law is BJ Scott. For personal reasons I want him to be a Jet.
Another former Crimson Tide player, South Alabama defensive back B.J. Scott, joined the South roster late in the week and got extensive playing time Saturday night, showing good cover skills in sticking with North receivers throughout the game and making three tackles.
"They're receivers just like any other receivers," Scott, who played safety at South Alabama, said of the challenge of covering players like Kansas State's Chris Harper and Texas' Marquise Goodwin. "I showed I can play cornerback. I showed I'm versatile enough to play it at a high level."
Scott played cornerback at Alabama before transferring to South Alabama in 2011. A Vigor graduate, he'll now return to Miami where he'll continue to train, hoping his performance in Mobile will help him get an invitation to the NFL combine next month.
"It's great to leave on a note like this, the last game of my career and do it in front of all my family and friends," he said. "They showed a lot of support and I'm just glad I got the opportunity to play in this game."