Tom Scott

Inducted in 1998

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College Team: University of Washington
A fierce competitor, the small, but tough, Tom Scott thrived under pressure.

       During the 1982 season when the Eskimos offense was struggling, teammate Danny Kepley recalled that Scott was a marked man by his opponents. They broke his nose; they knocked him around, and they double teamed him, but he just kept catching the ball.

       That kind of tenacity earned Scott the honour as the runner-up for the Schenley Award for Most Outstanding Player in 1982.


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College Team: University of Washington



Playing Career
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
1974 - 1977
Edmonton Eskimos
1978 - 1983
Calgary Stampeders
1984

Awards/Honours

—Jackie Parker Trophy
1974

—Schenley Award for Most Outstanding Rookie
1974

—All-Western Slotback
1977, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1983

—All-Canadian Slotback
1977, 1978, 1980, 1982, 1983

—Jeff Nicklin Memorial Trophy
1982

—Grey Cup Participation
1978 - 1982

—Grey Cup Winning Teams
1978 - 1982


Class of 1998
—Dave Cutler
—Joe Poplawski
—Larry Robinson
—Tom Scott
—Bernie Custis