2010 (Senior): CSU's all-important long-snapper for punts and placements, had played in the first five games of 2010 and 30 straight until sustaining a knee injury while covering a punt in Week 5 vs. No. 5 TCU (Oct. 2)...Until that point, had handled snaps for all 232 punts, field goals and PATs since the beginning of the 2008 season, without an obvious errant snap...Earned academic all-conference following the season...Mentioned as an NFL prospect on longsnap.com.
2009 (Junior): CSU's all-important long snapper for punts and placements, played in all 12 contests...Had three tackles (two solo) on special teams...A versatile athlete, won the team's fall bowling competition, and also occasionally handled the Rams' onside kicking duties...In win at Colorado (Sept. 6), sprinted down the field on CSU's first punt to combine with DeAngelo Wilkinson on a coverage stop, holding Jason Espinoza to a 2-yard return...Booted an onsides kick late in the loss at BYU (Sept. 26)...Earned academic all-conference following the season.
2008 (Sophomore): Played in all 13 games, including the New Mexico Bowl (Dec. 20), as the Rams' long snapper for punts and placements...Made three tackles (all assists) on the CSU punt coverage unit.
Junior College: Called by nationally renowned consultant Chris Rubio the No. 7 long snapper among Class of 2008 recruits...Opted to use his redshirt year in 2007, and did not play...Sustained ligament damage in his finger prior to his 2006 freshman season and missed the first five games, then played exclusively as the Vaqueros' deep snapper over the balance of that year...Head coach was Reggie Bolton...In May, attended the Chris Sailer Kicking and Snapping Camp in Las Vegas...Enrolled at CSU in time for 2008 spring practice...Also drew interest from Baylor, Idaho State, UTEP, Portland State and UNLV.
High School: A first-team all-conference linebacker as a senior at Clairemont High School in San Diego, also played fullback for the Chieftains...As a junior, helped the team to a Harbor League championship, its first CHS conference title in more than two decades, and a berth in the CIF playoffs...Voted his team's MVP...One of only two junior starters, spent most of the `04 season at linebacker...CHS also earned conference titles his freshman and sophomore seasons...Played against new Rams teammate Lester Arnold (Point Loma)...Head coach was Rian Floco...Lettered three years in both football and volleyball, in which he also earned first-team all-conference accolades...An honor roll student, as a senior was voted by coaches as the CHS Male Athlete of the Year...Also was selected to play in the Alex Spanos All-Star Classic, featuring the county's top seniors, in a contest played at Mesa College, where Steve Fairchild began his college career.
Personal: Given name Scott Joseph Albritton...Last name is pronounced awl-BRITT-in...Born Nov. 25, 1987, in San Diego...Parents are Richard and Sue Herz...Has two older brothers, Jeff and Greg...Brought smiles and a good time to elderly patients struggling to overcome surgeries and other health issues, at the Lemay Health and Rehab Facility in February before the '10 season...For a week during the summer of 2010, helped struggling students with reading at Tavelli Elementary in Fort Collins...Majoring in liberal arts at Colorado State...Enjoys surfing and the outdoors in his spare time...Hometown: San Diego.