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Rashawn Scott | Wide Receiver

Team: Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 203

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Miami senior WR Rashawn Scott's "exotic" clavicle or shoulder injury isn't expected to sideline him for the entire season.
"It’s not a season-ending deal," Hurricanes coach Al Golden said. "It’s a little bit of an exotic injury, something that’s not customary. But he’s doing good. He’ll keep his conditioning up so he can return to action quickly." Scott went down hard during Wednesday's scrimmage. The program has not yet released a timetable for his return, though we're glad to see he'll return to the field at some point. Aug 17 - 9:35 PM

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Miami junior WR Rashawn Scott is expected to play against Florida State.

Scott was dealing with a shoulder or collarbone injury and has missed time since early September. The school needs all the fire power they can get, but the key to Miami's chances is a consistent performance from quarterback Stephen Morris.
Tue, Oct 29, 2013 01:06:00 PM

Miami junior WR Rashawn Scott, who is dealing with a shoulder/collarbone injury, did not make the trip for the game against UNC.

Running back Eduardo Clements did despite dealing with a hamstring injury. Scott has not played since the season opener, when he registered two catches for 28 yards. His initial prognosis sidelined him until mid-October, so Scott could see the field soon.
Thu, Oct 17, 2013 05:01:00 PM

Miami junior WR Rashawn Scott is out of his shoulder sling and will begin running soon, according to coach Al Golden.

Scott played in the season opener and caught two passes for 28 yards before sustaining a shoulder/collarbone injury. He isn't expected to return until mid-October. Scott has struggled with injuries throughout his career and durability will remain a question mark going forward.
Tue, Sep 24, 2013 03:06:00 PM

Miami junior WR Rashawn Scott will miss the next month of the season with a shoulder injury.

Scott played in the season opener and caught two passes for 28 yards. This means freshman receiver Stacy Coley will have to step up, especially considering the young pass catcher made multiple mental errors during opening weekend.
Wed, Sep 4, 2013 12:27:00 PM

A big effort in a scrimmage is what receiver Rashawn Scott hopes is sign of things to come after an injury-riddled 2011.

There is certainly plenty of opportunity for Scott to make his mark because Miami’s two leading receivers from last season have moved on. Scott was sidelined most of his freshman season with a banged up shoulder that required surgery. When healthy, he played on special teams and caught only pass during his limited time with the offense. "Healthy" best describes his status and his game so far this spring.
Thu, Mar 29, 2012 02:54:00 PM