It hasn’t been easy for Scott-Wesley. He came into this season off a major knee reconstruction and still feels the effects of that injury. He missed the first four games of the year from disciplinary suspension, but then suffered a cut in the web of skin between his right thumb and forefinger. Scott-Wesley had to have stitches to close the cut, but the injury gets aggravated almost every week from catching footballs in practice.
“I’m extremely happy for that guy,” senior receiver Chris Conley said. “He has worked extremely hard. He’s had a lot of setbacks, with the knee, with his hand, with things here and there. He’s been in a lot of pain. To see him be able to come out and push through and play really well today, that’s a testament to him and the way he has stayed focus through all that.”