SMU now home for QB Scott

Huskies welcome an NCAA-experienced quarterback to their team.

After a stint in the NCAA, Kaleb Scott, a quarterback from Huron Heights Secondary School, is coming back to the Great White North after committing to the Saint Mary’s University Huskies.

Scott, who was a member of the CFC100 Class of 2014, chose to pursue his career in the south after committing to the Malone University Pioneers (NCAA Division 2). In his freshman season, he played eight games and threw for a total of 636 yards and three touchdown passes. He also rushed for 142 total yards and four touchdowns. When he squared off against Northern Michigan University that season, he had a season-high 196 passing yards and threw the longest throw at 62 yards. He also threw two touchdown passes that game.

Kaleb Scott (#11) explains the plan to his team. Courtesy of Heath Weir.

Kaleb Scott (#11) explains the plan to his team. Courtesy of Heath Weir.

Prior to his time in Canton, Ohio, Scott played with the Huron Heights Warriors (York Regional Athletic Association). He won back-to-back OFSAA championships in 2012 and 2013 and was a three-time all-star and two-time YRAA MVP. In 2015, he took his talents to Lenoir-Rhyne University (NCAA Division 2).

The 6’3, 185lbs product of Mount Albert, Ontario, will be looking to bring his NCAA experience and winning talents to the Huskies. Mount Albert is south of Lake Simcoe near Newmarket, Ontario.



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