Married the former Darnesha Harper on 6/2/05...The couple has one son, Bartholomew and a daughter Gisele. First-team All-State as a senior at Southeastern (Detroit, MI) HS...Named to the All-Area team by the Detroit News...Had 76 tackles, 26 assists and 3 FRs as a senior...Also led Southeastern HS in rushing with 635 yards and 5 TDs on 97 carries...A 2-time All-Conference selection...Competed in football, basketball, baseball and tennis...Scott participated as a guest coach in a Gatorade Jr. Training Camp during the 2003 season...He attended the ESPN Play Your Way Sports Gear Drive Kick-Off at ESPNZone Baltimore in May of 2004...Comcast, Team ESPN, the Corporate Outreach program for ESPN, and ESPNZone teamed up to support the collection of sports equipment for an entire month (May 19th - June 19th)...The drive benefited the Baltimore Police Athletic League...Joined the Council of Ravens Roosts for their annual convention in Ocean City (June 2004 and 2005)... Helped distribute food and supplies to over 2,000 families in Park Heights for Operation Blessing, a non-profit humanitarian hunger relief organization in June 2004...Participated in a Gatorade Junior Training Camp at the Maryland Kids Fest (July 2004) and stayed to sign autographs...Worked with teammates in Oct. and Nov. 2004 on the Ravens' 6-week project with Sandtown Habitat for Humanity, culminating in the NFL/United Way Hometown Huddle...Joined teammates and volunteers in Nov. 2004 to present the keys to new homeowner, Robin Edwards...Participated in the QB Club of Baltimore's Distinguished Speaker Series in Nov. 2004...In July 2005, Scott helped instruct at Darnell Dinkins Football Camp, a free 1-day football clinic and educational workshop for HS student-athletes...Was the keynote speaker at the graduation for the Bridges' course, a summer program at St. Paul's School, in July 2005 and is now a spokesperson for the progam...Scott spoke to the students about the importance of fulfilling dreams and getting an education...Scott also provided uniforms, cleats and gloves to his alma mater, Southeastern (Detroit, MI) HS for their football program last year... Established a charitable foundation, A Son Never Forgets Foundation, in Oct. 2006, which aims to help those suffering with paralysis. Majored in business, at Southern Illinois went back to school during the offseason, and graduated with a degree in economics in May 2005.
Blossomed into a dynamic, multi-purpose LB in 2005 when he played in all 16 games, starting 10 (1st starts of his career)...Recorded a career-high 119 tackles (previous high was 9 total tackles in 2003), including 77 solo, a career-high 4 sacks (-24.5 yards), 4 PD, 1 FF and 1 FR and 15 special teams tackles and 2 FFs...Saw action in 13 games in 2004, finishing 2nd on the team with 17 special teams tackles (10 solo), 1 FR and 5 tackles from scrimmage...Saw action in all 16 regular season games and 1 postseason game in 2003...Finished 2nd on the team with 19 special teams tackles, including 12 solo...Also had 1 special teams tackle in the playoffs...Saw action in all 16 games as a rookie...Tied for the team lead (Chad Williams) with 17 special teams tackles, 5 tackles from scrimmage and 1 INT in 2002. Made his first Pro Bowl Appearance in 2006.