Boston Scott is a quarterback playing with the Philadelphia Eagles under his two-year rookie contract. He also played for his high school team, varsity team Bulldogs and the New Orleans Saints before signing with the Eagles. He was drafted by the Saints in the 6th round of the 2018 NFL Draft. In addition to football, he is also the national champion in weightlifting.
Scott was born on April 27, 1995 to Anthony and Shelly Scott at their home in Zachary, Louisiana. Scott completed his high school studies at Zachary High School while playing football for the team and being the lead rusher, which earned him some local and state honors. In addition to football, he was also a champion weightlifter and was a state champion in high school.
Boston Scott career
Boston Nealand Scott started his gaming career in gaming by playing for his high school team at Zachary. While improving his soccer skills, he also developed an interest in weightlifting and won the title of state champion. He went to Louisiana Tech University for his college studies and played for the varsity team Bulldogs for four seasons.
During the past year, he has rushed for 937 yards on 163 attempts and averaged 5.7 yards per attempt in a regular season. During this time he was also a watchlist candidate for the Wuerffel Trophy. Boston had played a total of 37 games in his collegiate career and had 1,840 rushing yards along with 14 rushing touchdowns.
He was spotted by the New Orleans Saints in the 2018 NFL draft and drafted in the sixth round. Arun Ke’s contract was signed between them on May 10, 2018. On September 5, 2018, he was released but placed back on the training squad. Later in 2018, on December 10, he was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles. He was released on August 31, 2019, but was added to the training squad the very next day.
Boston was promoted to the active squad the following month and his first-ever professional touchdown on a 4-yard rush came on October 27, 2019 in a 31-13 win over Bills. He later got an extended role in a 23 -17 when alongside New York Giants on December 9th.
During that game, he had 10 carries along with a touchdown and 6 receptions for 69 yards for 59 years. In another match against the New York Giants, he made 19 attempts for 54 yards and three touchdowns and 4 passes for 84 yards during that 34-17 win. Recently on October 22, 2020, Scott made a game-winning touchdown catch on an 18-yard pass in the 22-21 win over the Giants.
His regular-season stats for 2018 and 2019 are that he played in 15 total games for 245 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns and 204 receiving yards. He only played three games in the 2018 and 2019 playoffs.
Boston Scott Biography
|Date of birth
|April 27, 1995
|age (as of 2022)
|Place of birth
|Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA
|in feet inches – 5′ 6” – in centimeters – 168 cm
|in kilograms – 92kg – in pounds – 203 pounds
Boston Scott Family
|Zachary High School
|Is he gay?
Seems Scott is very busy trying to up his game that he never considered a romantic relationship, he might have had one in high school but nothing has been confirmed of him lately. So we believe he is single at the moment.
Boston Scott Net Worth
Scott is an aspiring quarterback who currently plays for the Philadelphia Eagles. He has played several games and also earned quite a few awards since playing on his high school team. He currently has a 2-year, $1230,000 rookie contract with the Eagles, which includes an average annual salary of $615,000.
- Boston Scott has played soccer since he was a teenager, playing for his high school team at Zachary.
- During high school, Scott also stood as a state weightlifting champion.
- While playing for his high school team, he was a leader in rushing, even earning several local and state awards.
- He had played for his collegiate team, the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, for four seasons and during his tenure participated in 37 games in which he had 1,840 rushing yards and 14 rushing touchdowns.
- He was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft.
- In December 2018, he was released from the Saints practice team by the Philadelphia Eagles.