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Robert Scott, Jr.

Robert Scott, Jr. - Football - Florida State Seminoles

Player profile

Offensive Line
Redshirt Sophomore
Conway, Ark.
high school


FSU’s starting left tackle in all 11 games he played…second-team All-ACC…Don Powell Award recipient…Seminole Scholar…blocked for offense that led country with average of 7.46 plays of at least 20 yards per game and tied for national lead with eight touchdown drives of at least 90 yards…ranked second nationally with explosive play differential of +7.41, bolstered by 17.15 percent explosive play rate on offense that was country’s third-best rate…helped Seminoles lead ACC in third-down offense, yards gained per pass, yards gained per play, yards gained per rush, total offense per game, yards per completion, rushing offense per game and scoring offense per game…FSU was one of two offenses nationally, and only one in ACC, to average at least 270 passing yards (270.2) and at least 210 rushing yards (214.1) per game…helped protect quarterback Jordan Travis, who was PFF’s highest-graded quarterback nationally and ACC’s highest-graded offensive player…Travis led ACC in yards per play, yards per pass attempt, yards per completion and pass efficiency rating…paved way for running back Trey Benson to lead ACC with average of 6.43 yards per rush…opened lanes as FSU topped 200 rushing yards in seven straight games, tying school record…helped Seminoles score five rushing touchdowns in 45-38 win vs. Florida, highest single-game total by Gators opponent since 1997…blocked for third game in school history with 375-yard passer, 100-yard rusher and 100-yard receiver while piling up 642 yards of total offense in 41-16 win vs. Georgia Tech…helped FSU rush for 206 yards vs. No. 4 Clemson, which entered game allowing average of 62.2 rushing yards per game…blocked as FSU produced 125-yard rusher and receiver for first time since 2015 in 35-31 victory at Louisville…helped Seminoles record program’s first game with 400 rushing yards and 200 passing yards since 1995, one of two teams nationally to accomplish the feat in 2022, in season opener vs. Duquesne.


Started all 11 games in which he appeared…All-ACC Academic Team…ACC Honor Roll…Seminole Scholar…started at left tackle vs. No. 9 Notre Dame, vs. Jacksonville State, vs. North Carolina State, vs. Miami, at Boston College and at Florida…started at right tackle vs. Louisville, vs. Syracuse, at North Carolina, vs. UMass and at Clemson…blocked for offensive line that helped FSU convert 32 consecutive Red Zone trips into points, the longest active streak nationally to end 2021 and second-longest by any program at any point of season…Red Zone scoring streak was longest by Seminoles since 2014…helped Florida State rank first in ACC and sixth in America with Red Zone touchdown percentage of 73.8…FSU’s Red Zone scoring percentage of 90.5 ranked third in ACC and 15th among all FBS schools…Seminoles ranked fourth in ACC with average of 4.78 yards per rush…FSU’s three touchdowns of at least 75 yards tied for eighth-highest total nationally…blocked for six 200-yard rushing games and seven games with 100-yard rusher…helped pave the way for four consecutive games with at least 200 yards rushing, FSU’s longest streak since 2010…protected quarterback Jordan Travis who was one of four in ACC to pass for at least 1,500 yards and rush for at least 500 yards…Travis passed for career-high 274 yards and had career-best 336 yards of total offense in 31-28 victory vs. Miami…blocked as FSU had five different players score a rushing touchdown for the first time since 2013 in 59-3 win vs. UMass…586 yards of total offense and 365 rushing yards vs. UMass were both highest for FSU since 2016.


Played in eight games and started each of last seven at right tackle…247Sports True Freshman All-American…FSU co-Offense Freshman of the Year…All-ACC Academic Team…ACC Honor Roll…started at North Carolina State, part of offensive line that featured four freshmen…was first time FSU started four freshmen on offensive line since 2011 Champs Sports Bowl…blocked for Florida State offense that averaged 199.9 rushing yards per game, program’s highest since 2016, and 5.11 yards per rush, FSU’s highest season average since 2015…FSU ranked fourth in ACC in yards per carry and fifth in rushing yards per game…yards-per-rush average ranked 23rd nationally, 16th among teams with at least 350 carries…rushing yards-per-game average ranked 20th nationally among teams that played at least nine games…in 56-35 win vs. Duke, blocked as FSU scored six rushing touchdowns, tying the most in program history against an ACC opponent…was only second time FSU scored six rushing touchdowns in conference game and first since 1992…346 rushing yards vs. Duke were FSU’s most in ACC game since 2012…cleared way for Seminoles to pass for 268 yards and gain 263 rushing yards, Florida State’s first game with at least 250 yards rushing and passing since 2016…Seminoles scored touchdowns on five straight drives vs. Gamecocks, FSU’s longest touchdown streak since 2017…helped Florida State top 400 yards of total offense in three straight ACC games – at No. 5 Notre Dame, vs. No. 5 North Carolina and at Louisville – for first time since 2016…432 yards in 31-28 victory vs. Tar Heels was FSU’s highest total vs. top-10 opponent since 2016…helped Seminoles convert five fourth-down attempts at North Carolina State, most by an ACC team in 2020 and tied for second-highest single-game total nationally.


Three-star rated as No. 3 overall prospect in Arkansas by Rivals…ranked as 247Sports Composite’s No. 5 overall prospect in Arkansas…ranked 36th nationally among offensive tackles by 247…named to Arkansas Sports Media Super Team his senior season after helping lead Conway to quarterfinal round of 7A state playoffs…in 2018 blocked for offense that averaged 34.8 points and 236.1 rushing yards per game while earning 10 wins and advancing to state quarterfinals…helped Wampus Cats advance to semifinal round of state playoffs by averaging 37.7 points and 227.0 rushing yards per game his sophomore year…selected FSU over Arkansas and Ole Miss, among other offers.