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Three-year letterwinner... Two-year starting WR for Class AAAAAA power northeast of Atlanta... As senior captain, amassed 1,057 yards and 10 TDs on 72 catches helping North Gwinnett to 13-2 record and state title game... Top game - 12 catches for 211 yards - came against rival Collins Hill... Two-time All-State, All-Area recipient... Played in postseason North-South Georgia All-Star Game... As a junior, posted 38 receptions for 684 yards and 11 TDs... Captured regional hurdles title in track & field... High academic achiever.
Caleb Gregory Scott... Born Feb. 8, 1996... Son of Chuck and Julie Scott... Has one brother, Chad, and one sister, Jenna... Both parents graduated from Vanderbilt and work with Young Life ministry... Dad was All-America tight end at Vanderbilt who played in NFL... Brother plays WR at Furman... Plays the guitar.
NORTH GWINNETT COACH BOB SPHIRE
"Caleb is an awesome kid, really community-service minded, and very bright. He's heavily involved with Young Life ministries, has gone on mission trips to Haiti and regularly gives back to the community. He also cares about academics, so Vanderbilt is the right fit.
"Caleb's a great route runner and really knows the nuances of route running. I think he's really under appreciated for his athleticism. He's got great speed and athleticism, and is a very competitive guy. The bigger the game, the better Caleb was."
"My favorite memory of Caleb was late in the playoffs. We were up and our opponent was driving. We put Caleb in the game and he intercepts a pass in the end zone to win the game. That play sold me on him as a winner."
Selected Vanderbilt over TCU, Missouri, Nebraska, and Georgia Tech among others