Quarterback Bryan Scott has been assigned to the Las Vegas Vipers. He will join Luis Perez and Jalen McClendon, the other quarterbacks on the Vipers’ roster.
Scott played his college football at Occidental College. During his tenure at Occidental, Scott passed for 9073 yards, 77 touchdowns, and 22 interceptions in 33 career games. He set nine school records and three Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference records: career passing yards (9073), completions (763), and total offense (9475). He was named first-team all-conference quarterback, Occidental’s team MVP, and Occidental’s team captain in the 2016 season.
In 2018 Scott played in the Spring League and was Player of the game for two games. Scott’s plays in the Spring League earned him work with the Kansas City Chiefs. In addition, he participated in mini-camps for the Chiefs and Atlanta Falcons.
In 2020 Scott was drafted by the Generals of the Spring League. Scott led the Generals to an undefeated 4-0 season and the 2020 championship, with a win over the Aviators 37-14. In addition, he won the MVP of The Spring League Championship in 2020. Recently Scott played for the Philadelphia Stars in the USFL; he passed for 550 yards, five touchdowns, and two interceptions.
Adding Scott to the quarterback room brings more talent to the Vipers. Las Vegas has three good quarterbacks on their roster, and it should be an exciting quarterback competition.
In other news, the XFL had their supplemental draft, and Las Vegas added some more players to their roster.
Training camp will begin on Jan. 8.