Imhotep's Scott named Mr. PA Football

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Imohtep Charter's Deandre Scott, an Arizona State commit, was named Mr. PA Football in the Small School (Class AA/A) division. (Lou Rabito/Staff Photographer)

Imhotep Charter's Deandre Scott was named Mr. PA Football in the Small School (Class AA/A) division.

The 5-foot-10, 175-pound senior, who signed with Arizona State on Wednesday, was recognized as Mr. PA Football in the Small School (Class AA and A) division at a banquet Saturday night in Camp Hill.

As a defensive back, running back and kick returner, Scott helped the Panthers go 12-3 and advance to the PIAA Class AA state championship game.

Cedar Cliff quarterback Andrew Ford, now at Virginia Tech, was tabbed as Mr. PA Football in the Big School (Class AAAA and AAA) division.

The voting for Mr. PA football was sponsored by SportsRecruiters.com.

Finalists for the Big School award included Neshaminy junior tailback D'Andre Pollard, who rushed for 2,929 yards and 39 touchdowns last season.

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