Tremayne Scott: Video Highlights for Former Ohio DE

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Tremayne Scott: Video Highlights for Former Ohio DE
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Former Ohio defensive end Tremayne Scott flashed steady development throughout his collegiate career, but was limited to just four games due to a nasty foot injury in 2012.

Scott compiled his best season as a redshirt junior, recording 26 solo tackles, including eight for loss, and also racked up 3.5 sacks to complement two forced fumbles.

Scott checks in at 6'3'' and 253 pounds. He showcased his skills after injury at Ohio's pro day, where he clocked a 5.10-second 40 time, 4.69-second short shuffle and 30.5-inch vertical jump (per NFLDraftScout.com).

He's a developmental project that could excel as a pass-rushing specialist in specific defensive packages. He features relative explosiveness from the point and average technique, but has the potential to improve.

The following is a breakdown of video highlights for Tremayne Scott. 

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