Austin Scott (American football)

Austin Scott (American Football)

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Austin Timothy Scott (born March 13, 1985 in Allentown, Pennsylvania) is an American football running back who currently plays for the NEPA Miners simi-pro team in Northeast PA. He was signed by the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent in 2008 but was released during the 2008 pre-season.

He played college football at Penn State, before being kicked off the team in October 2007 amid rape allegations from which he was later exonerated.

High school

Scott played his senior season at Allentown's Parkland High School in the highly competitive Lehigh Valley Conference, where he compiled 3,853 yards (fourth highest in national high school football history) and 53 touchdowns, both of which stood as Pennsylvania state rushing records into the 2008 season.

In honor of Scott's accomplishments, the school retired his number, 33, the following year. Scott was selected a Parade All-American and a second-team All-American by USA Today. The Associated Press named him first-team all-state and Big School Player-of-the-Year. Scott received the prestigious Jim Henry Award from the Maxwell Football Club as the Philadelphia-area high school "Player of the Year" and won The Allentown Morning Call's "Player of the Year award."

Penn State

Collegiate career

Scott played in the 2006 Orange Bowl against ACC Champion Florida State after Tony Hunt was injured in the first quarter. Scott and Michael Robinson helped lead the team to victory. Scott...
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