When Garrett Scott finished his high school wrestling career in 2006 at Juniata Valley High School in Pennsylvania with three state titles and a 130-2 record, big things were expected in college. Some were hailing Scott as the best wrestling talent to come out of wrestling-rich Pennsylvania since Cary Kolat graduated from Jefferson-Morgan High School in 1992. Scott started his collegiate wrestling career at Penn State, but after some off-the-mat issues that eventually led to his dismissal from the Penn State wrestling program, he was given a second chance by Tim Flynn to wrestle at Edinboro. Now the uber-talented Scott is ready to make the most of it. (Photo/Penn State Sports Information).