Sequoyah-Tahlequah quarterback Brayden Scott has a busy spring ahead of him.
Scott already holds offers from several NCAA Division I programs, including defending national champion Alabama, and plans to visit several junior days, camps and combines.
He and Tanner Sheets, his center, went to Oklahoma State for its Junior Day on Saturday, and came away impressed.
“Those facilities are awesome,” Scott said. “The best. Second-to-none. I couldn't even relate them to any other facilities.”
Scott said offensive coordinator Todd Monken came and watched him play twice last season, and he made tentative plans to visit Stillwater for spring practice.
Scott still hasn't been offered a scholarship by either Oklahoma or Oklahoma State, where his dad Brent, his high school coach, started his college career.
“In Oklahoma, it's everyone's dream to go to OU or OSU,” Scott said. “I'm not gonna dwell on it, but if they do offer, they'll definitely be near the top.”