Mineral Area College

Basketball Player Profile

     #4  Sean Scott

 

     Farragut High School (Chicago, IL)

     5’11”     Guard   

    Freshman    

 

Parents Names:   Marquerite Lockhart & Derrick Scott

Future Occupation:   Over Seas Player, N.B.A

Favorite Thing To Do:   Play Basketball and Relax

Favorite Foods:   Pizza, Burgers, Nachos, Tacos, Burritos

Favorite Movie:   How High, All Fridays, Scarface,  Above the Rim, Through the Fire

Favorite Song (Artists): Lil Wayne, Juelz Santana, Game

Role Model:   My Father

Favorite Sports Star: Lebron James, Chris Paul

My Most Memorable Moment:   Graduating from high school, prom and all my basketball games

Three Words That Best Describe Me:  Relaxed, Funny, Cool

2007 at Farragut HS:

Scott was an All-City and All-Conference (Red West) selection this past season.  He helped lead Farragut High School to a #5 National ranking in the USA Today poll, ending the season with a 19-8 record.  The Admirals were ranked in the Illinois Class AA top ten all season, winning the Red West Conference, and playing in the Regional Finals.  He averaged 14.7 points, 5.2 assists, 4.1 rebounds, 4.2 steals, while shooting 35% from three and 77% from the line.  Scott also led Farragut to the Nike Pro City League Championship in the Summer of 2006.  He was selected to play in the Chicago Public League Luther Bedford All-Star Classic and the Chicago City/Suburban All-Star Game.  Sean was also noted on the ChicagoHoops.com Top 100 seniors-to-be in Illinois list at #72.  "The quickness and speed of this guard was certainly on display this weekend.  Scott is a floor general that pushes the ball as well as anyone in the state and knows how to lead a team.  He is strong with a solid handle and is also a solid defender," stated Chris Carpenter in his Iowa Elite Camp Review.  Scott will be expected to help fill the void left by graduation of MAC PG Rickey Claitt (Oregon State Univ.) next season.  "Sean brings a Tim Hardaway type toughness to the point guard position and displays great passing skills.  He was one of the best guards in a guard-heavy conference, and should be a great player in a Cardinals uniform," stated Mineral Area College Assistant Coach Sean Pryor.  Farragut High School has produced some NBA talent, including: Minnesota Timberwolves All-Pro Kevin Garnett.