|Born:||July 26, 1988|
|Honors:||All-America by AP, The Sports Network, College Sports Madness and Phil Steele's College Football; First-team all-OVC|
Scott played in his third different position as a junior and
continued to rank as one of the team's most outstanding offensive
linemen...after playing right guard as a redshirt freshman, he was
at left tackle as a sophomore and moved to left guard last
season...comes into his senior season as the starter at left
tackle...has started 31 of Tech's 34 games during the past three
years...has a chance to be an all-conference caliber performer...a
medical redshirt during the 2007 season, he stepped forward as a
true freshman to become a full-time starter...has the potential to
make a major impact...excellent attitude...good size and mobility
for the position...has improved his footwork and increased his
strength...shoulder injury slowed him during the first two years,
but surgery appears to have him fully healthy.
At Tech (In 2010): Scott was Tech's full-time starter at left guard...started nine of 11 games...missed the Murray State and Eastern Kentucky contests late in the year with an injury.
(In 2009): Scott was Tech's full-time starter at left tackle...started 10 games...missed the Kansas State contest with an injury.
(In 2008): Scott became a full-time starter for the Golden Eagles in his first year of action, stepping into the slot at right tackle...started all 12 games.
(In 2007): Spent his first season on the Golden Eagle roster as a medical redshirt.
HIGH SCHOOL: Scott was a four-year letterman and three-year starter at Centennial High School in Alpharetta, Ga., earning several team awards while anchoring the offensive line....the 6-foot-5, 285-pound team captain was an all-county pick.
PERSONAL: The son of Chris and Kim Schweitzer...born July 26, 1988 in Birmingham, Alabama...full name is Scott Andrew Schweitzer...majoring in excercise science and physical wellness.