After trailing 17-16 with 11:10 to play in the first half, Arkansas exploded and outscored the Rebels 39-18 the rest of the first half and 94-63 the rest of the game for an impressive 110-80 victory Wednesday night in Bud Walton Arena. Sophomore Anthlon Bell had his best game as a Razorback on...[details]
2012 (Junior): Started 20 games and saw time in all 32 contests averaged 4.3 points and 2.0 rebounds ranked third on the team in assist-turnover ratio (+2.4) with just 19 turnovers in 460 minutes passed out 46 assists, highlighted by a career-high six against Longwood (Nov. 18) led the team in assists four times scored in double figures four times finished with 20 steals, including at least one in 15 games improved three-point shooting by nearly 18 percent from the previous year shot 36 percent (11-31) from beyond the arc had an offensive rebound in 11 contests added 12 points to his six-assist night against Longwood followed with 13 points and a season-high six rebounds against Florida A&M (Nov. 20) came off the bench for 10 points in 19 minutes at No. 3 Michigan (Dec. 8) scored 11 points in a SEC road win at Auburn (Feb. 13).
2011 (Sophomore): Was able to avoid the injury bug as a sophomore and tripled his output on the court averaged 9.1 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists led the team in defensive rebounding and was No. 2 in assists scored in double figures 14 times scored a career high 23 points with five assists and six rebounds against Charlotte the game after tallying a then career best 18 points against Louisiana Tech dropped in 22 points in Arkansas road win at Auburn with five assists, shooting 9-of-13 from the floor, 2-of-4 from three and grabbing six rebounds tallied 18 points in back-to-back games at Alabama and in Arkansas upset of No. 25 Vanderbilt led Arkansas in scoring six times and rebounding seven times UA Athletic Departments ADs List (3.50-3.99) for fall semester named to SEC Winter Honor Roll given team playmaker and academic award by Razorback coaches.
2010 (Freshman): Missed significant time due to a stress reaction in his foot and shortly after getting rolled on during a game played in just 13 games and only four after mid-December averaged 3.3 points and 1.1 rebounds with 14 assists and nine steals in 161 total minutes made his first career start against Oklahoma and scored five points and took two charges scored eight points, took two charges and led the team with four assists against Seton Hall played a career high 20 minutes against UAB, scoring five points and recording a career best two steals hit his first career three-point basket against Auburn UA Athletic Department Honor Roll (3.00-3.49) for fall and spring semesters SEC First-Year Honor Roll.
Personal: Son of Rickey Sr. and Cynthia Scott born Dec. 15, 1991 he is majoring in broadcast journalism.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas led the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area in scoring at 22.9 points per game as a senior led MacArthur to a 21-11 record his senior year named the 7-5A most valuable player as well as first-team all-district 7-5A Texas Association of Basketball Coaches all-state selection, second-team all-area Dallas Morning News MVP of the Colony Basketball Tournament all-star participant and Academic All-American all-star participant led the Cardinals in scoring in each of his final two seasons three-time first-team all-district selection and four time honoree by the district led MacArthur to two state playoffs rated a three-star prospect by Scout.com and a four star by Rivals.com Rivals.com has Scott as the No. 75 freshman in the nation and ranks him as the No. 1 best defender among the class of 2010 shooting guards stating name the perimeter position that needs to be stymied, and Scott, who is a natural defender, will be up for the challenge second-team all-district player in football as a sophomore active participant in Big Dogs, a non-profit youth pals organization mentoring children signed with the Razorbacks after also considering Baylor, Kansas State, Memphis, Missouri, SMU and Texas Tech.