|Other Position:||Wide Receivers|
|Alma Mater:||Clemson (2003)|
Jeff Scott came to the Blue Hose football program after a very successful coaching stint at the head coach at Blythwood High School in the Columbia, S.C. area.
Scott led the inaugural Blythewood football team to the South Carolina AAA state championship in 2006, marking the first time that a first year varsity squad in the state had accomplished the feat.
Individually, the state championship helped Scott to become one of only two head coaches in the history of South Carolina high school football to lead his football team to a state crown in his first season at the helm. His efforts did not go unnoticed by the public as he was honored as the statewide Coach of the Year by South Carolina Sports Report and as the Region 3-AAA Coach of the Year.
Scott played his intercollegiate football at Clemson where he was awarded the Clemson University Outstanding Senior Male Scholarship Award in 2002. A cum laude graduate of Clemson, Scott was the recipient of the highest GPA award for Clemson Football from 1999-2002.
The son of former South Carolina head coach and current Clemson offensive line coach Brad Scott, Jeff Scott is marred to the former Sara McDaniel of Batesburg-Leesville, a Middle School Special Education Teacher.