Brayden Scott has turned Memphis recruiter; one target is Arkansas commit Khari Harding
Brayden Scott said he’s “100-percent solid” in his commitment to Memphis and won’t sway from that pledge.
The Sequoyah-Tahlequah senior, who I wrote about for Thursday’s newspaper, said he would like to graduate from high school early and participate in Memphis’ 2013 spring football activities.
He also said he’s already turned from a Tiger commit to recruiter, trying to sway other prospects to Memphis.
As I wrote about for Thursday’s story, Scott has already created himself as a Memphis quarterback on his NCAA Football video game. But he threw in an interest little nugget right before we hung up last week: “I plan on making Khari (Harding) on Memphis, too.”
Scott and Harding, the Edmond Santa Fe safety and Arkansas commit, were the only Oklahomans on the United States’ roster at the International Federation of American Football World Championships earlier this month in July. The two became friends and have immense respect for one another.
Harding said last week that, despite his commitment to the Hogs, he still planned to take visits to other campuses.
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