J.K. Scott goes from soccer to Alabama 

July, 8, 2013
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DENVER -- Growing up, J.K. Scott had dreams of playing soccer in MLS. He started kicking around the soccer ball when he was just 3 years old. When he became a teenager, he was already playing for the Colorado Rapids' academy team. He was on the fast track to one day becoming a professional soccer player.

Like all high school kids, Scott’s interest would soon change, and with it, his future.

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