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So apparently Stott really has left the program. Hurts but on to the next one.
Where did you hear this? Any story behind it?
I thought I read from one of the posters on this site that he had issues with the first workout and walked out mid-way through. I had high hopes for him. He seemed like a really good addition to the team.
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Just from reading other boards, sounds like e just didn't want to play football anymore, kind of like Wagner last year.
Hansen ran with it this morning, but so far the kid and the school have said nothing, it still lists him as a UA student on his Facebook page but no mention of the football team.
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So did he leave school? or just quit the team?
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As Brad said, neither the school nor Stott has issued any comment. Due to student privacy rules it would be unprofessional and possibly illegal to say anything else. Again, Stott's Facebook page lists him as a student at Arizona. As far as the team goes, when a roster and/or 2 deep is posted by the AD's office for the spring practices we will know more officially. WSR has reported the rumors around Stott when they occured, but until and unless either Stott or the University make an official comment we do not know anything more.
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The school released a roster with Scroggins and no Stott, plus they did not add him to the signing day release and Scriggins is on there. Safe to say he will not be part of the team.
For those that didn't see it, Hansen suggests that Stott was encouraged. to leave.
I think when you show up totally out of shape and unable to complete the easiest workout the team does you're probably not looked upon by the coaches as someone dedicated to improve the program and therefore not really wanted. I read somewhere that he had some non-football personal issues. I am guessing his heart really wasn't into continuing with football at this time.
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