By Eric Jackson
Scott: As a kid I fished every week with either my dad or my uncle. When I started tournament fishing I learned from many great fishermen in central Alabama. I spent years fishing and learning from Charles Thomas, who was one of the best in the area. If you can compete at a high level in central Alabama I believe with dedication you can compete anywhere.
Eric: As a member of the Quaker State team along with Matt Areys and Jimmy Houston, do you feel extra pressure to perform, or is your drive mostly coming from yourself?
Scott: I do not have pressure from anyone but myself to compete at a high level. I want to succeed at all I do and be the best I can possibly be.