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Whether or not JK Scott will become a legitimate, difference-making NFL punter remains to be seen, but there’s no doubt the rookie from Alabama possesses an elite skill-set.
Making his public debut on Tuesday, the first day of minicamp, the fifth-round pick put on a dazzling display. In 11 full-field punts with only an occasional breeze to inflate the numbers, Scott averaged 53.1 yards. In all, he punted 14 times (with three from midfield) and averaged 4.68 seconds of hang time.
“I thought it was a good day because I think I got better,” Scott said after Wednesday’s practice. “There’s always things that you can improve on. That’s the thing about yesterday is I continued to learn and continued to improve the craft. Yesterday, we did that.”
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