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Bryan Scott was born Bryan Anderson Scott in Pennsylvania. He is a professional football player playing the position of safety with the Buffalo Bills in the NFL. Initially he was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the 2003 NFL Drafts. He was also a player once for the New Orleans Saints and the Tennessee Titans.
Before turning pro, he played football collegiately with the Penn State Nittany Lions football team. Aside from football he also played basketball and track and field while still in high school at the Central bucks East High.
In football he was a member of the first-team All-American and the Associated Press named him the Pennsylvania Big School Player of the Year. He was also Player of the Year for USA Today Pennsylvania during his senior year. During his senior year, rushing for 3,000 yards along with his 53 tackles with 3 interceptions as a defensive back earned him the honors.
As a basketball player, he averaged 20 points per game during his senior year. He also had medals for the 100- and 200- meter dashes which he earned as a representative of Pennsylvania to games.
At the Penn State, he was a starter for 3 consecutive years and played in 48 games. He also had the chance to play in the 2003 Senior Bowl. He capped his collegiate career with 202 tackles and 5 receptions. He also had a fumble recovery as well as a forced fumble.
In 2003, he graduated from Penn State with a degree of Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Parks Management.
He turned pro in 2003 where he was initially drafted by the Atlanta Falcons where he played alongside Matt Stewart who has the Matt Stewart Atlanta Falcons Signed 8x10 Photo W/Coa , Chris Draft, Keith Brooking, and Keion Carpenter who has the Keion Carpenter Atlanta Falcons Signed 8x10 Photo W/Coa. He was the leader among all the defensive backs in terms of tackles despite not playing in all the games. He stayed with the Falcons until 2005 and then was trade to the New Orleans Saints in 2006. The next year he transferred to the Titans but was released shortly after 6 months. He then went to play with the Buffalo Bills. After his teammates Kawika Mitchell and Keith Ellison got injure, he was moved to playing linebacker position.
According to sources, aside from being an athlete, Scott was also a musician and composer adept at paying the piano, drums and saxophone.