2014 linebacker Hoza Scott talks top three 

August, 28, 2012
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LA PORTE, Texas -- Hoza Scott took a toss to the right side, got behind several of his La Porte (Texas) La Porte teammates that were paving the way, clearing a path with their blocks, then he veered toward the sideline and turned on the jets as he burst upfield.

About 75 yards later, Scott was in the end zone. The junior inside linebacker, one of the most coveted prospects in the 2014 class, showed for a few moments on Friday in a scrimmage against Pearland (Texas) Dawson what he could do on the offensive side of the ball.

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Sam Khan Jr./ESPN.com2014 linebacker Hoza Scott's top three consists of Texas A&M, Texas and LSU.
The 6-foot-3, 225-pound isn't La Porte's starting tailback, nor does he need to be -- senior Keith Whitely ably handles those duties and will again this fall. But the run showed a glimpse of the athleticism that has coaches at Texas, Texas A&M, LSU, Alabama and several other schools champing at the bit to recruit Scott to play linebacker for their school.

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