Lorenzo Scott Jr. has played some form of athletics since he was 7-years-old, playing most of his childhood sports through Mathews-Dickey Boys’ & Girls’ Club.  While there, Lorenzo played football, baseball and basketball between the ages of 10 and 14.

His parents Lorenzo Sr. and Bonnie Scott helped guide Lorenzo Jr. while he was attending Lutheran High School North. Lorenzo Jr made All-ABC League in all three sports. While playing basketball and baseball the teams were very successful. He successfully led the football team to a Missouri State High School title. Those accolades helped him receive a Division 1A scholarship to Ball State University.

Lorenzo’s skills at Ball State were evident from the beginning as he played in the schools’ opening game as a freshman.  He became the schools’ starting middle linebacker until he graduated as a senior.

While playing football he was also a member of the BSU baseball team. His prowess on the diamond helped him to be drafted in the 17th round of 2003 by Baltimore. He played nine years of professional baseball reaching as high as AAA with the Florida Marlins.

After his last season in 2011, he turned his attention working with youngsters and is currently a high school coach in Indiana.