The 6-foot-5, 180-pound senior chose the Longhorns over a final group of Alabama, Auburn, Ole Miss, Oregon, and South Carolina.
Scott ranks as the No. 26 overall prospect in the 2024 class, according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He’s also the No. 7 shooting guard in the class and the No. 1 player in South Carolina.
The future Longhorn spoke to On3 about his decision to choose Texas.
“I chose Texas because I felt it was the right place for me to grow the right way,” Scott said. “Allowing me to come in and make mistakes that I will learn from in a comfortable organization that I have full trust in.”
In his own words, what type of player is Texas getting in Cam Scott?
“Smooth, being able to get to my spot and get my shots off. Running the floor in transition and affecting the game in multiple ways by playing the right way.”
He has a message for Texas fans.
“I’m ready to be in Austin. Always felt like home and it’s time to work back to a final four run.”
Cam Scott Scouting Report
“Cam Scott is a lengthy wing prospect with a lot of pop. The natural tools are very impressive all the way around. Scott has a mature game, plays within the flow of the offense, rarely forces things. The jump shot release can be cleaned up a little, but the pull-up is smooth. Since the summer, Scott has developed his footwork and handle in the half-court, creating space to elevate into his jumper. Scott can take over a game carry his team. Would like to see him develop the comfort to take a more aggressive, alpha role on his teams. He is very efficient in his game, his ability to score with a less is more approach is mature. Strength will come, and he is tracking as one of the top players in the 2024 class.” – On3’s Jamie Shaw