Boston Scott Biography
Boston Nealand Scott is a famous American football player who is presently playing in the National Football League (NFL) as a running back for the Philadelphia Eagles and professional Rocket League esports player of Dignitas. Boston was a college football player at Louisiana Tech. In the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft Scott was drafted by the New Orleans Saints. Due to his propensity to perform well against the New York Giants, he has become popularly recognized among Philadelphia Eagles fans as the “Giant Killer”.
Boston Scott Age
Boston Scott was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States, on April 27, 1995, and presently he is 28 years of age.
Boston Scott Height
Scott stands at an average stature of 5 feet 6 inches (Approximately 1.68 m).
Boston Scott Family
Boston was born and nurtured by his loving and hardworking parents Shelly Scott and Anthony Scott in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States. Scott was brought up together with his beautiful sister, Alana who is 14 years old, and his outstanding brother, Tony who is 20 years of age.
Boston Scott Wife
He is in a romantic relationship with his stunning fiancee, Mariah Rojas who is a former soccer player. Boston and Mariah met while they were studying at Louisiana Tech. In July 2023 Boston and Mariah got engaged.
Boston Scott Education
Scott schooled at Zachary High School where he acquired local and state honors and was the leading rusher. Boston was a high school state champion in weightlifting.
Boston Scott Salary
Boston receives an annual salary of $1,750,000.
Boston Scott’s Net Worth
Scott has an estimated net worth of $5 million US dollars.
Boston Scott Career
Boston played for Louisiana Tech for four seasons. Scott rushed for 937 yards on 163 attempts for a 5.7 yards per attempt regular season average in his senior season at Louisiana Tech. In 2017 Boston amassed 1,301 yards overall offense contributing 108.4 yards per game and was a watchlist candidate for the Wuerffel Trophy.
In the sixth round (201st overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft Boston was drafted by the New Orleans Saints. Scott signed his recruit contract with the Saints on May 10, 2018. On September 5, 2018, Scott was waived after making the Saints’ initial 53-man roster and was re-signed to the practice squad. On December 10, 2018, the Philadelphia Eagles signed Scott off the Saints’ practice squad.
On August 31, 2019, Boston was waived during final roster cuts, though the next day was re-signed to the team’s practice squad. On October 11, 2019, Boston was promoted to the active roster. When the Eagles defeated the Buffalo Bills 31–13 Scott scored his first professional touchdown on a 4-yard run on October 27, 2019. Scott had an extended role in a 23–17 overtime victory over the New York Giants on December 9 and had 10 carries for a touchdown and 59 yards, together with six receptions for 69 yards.
During the 34–17 win that clinched a playoff spot for the Eagles in Week 17 against the Giants, Scott rushed 19 times for three touchdowns and 54 yards and caught four passes for 84 yards. Due to his game against the Giants, Scott was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week. Boston completed the 2019 season with 61 carries for five rushing touchdowns and 245 rushing yards to go together with 24 receptions for 204 receiving yards.
Boston earned the backup running back position for 2020 due to his performance from the former season. Boston made the game-winning touchdown catch on October 22, 2020, in a 22–21 win against the Giants on an 18-yard pass from Carson Wentz, completing with 92 total yards of offense. Furthermore, Boston ended up commencing four games at the running back position in relief of Miles Sanders in addition to being the Eagle’s primary punt returner.
On April 1, 2021, Boston signed a one-year exclusive-rights free agent tender with the Eagles. On January 3, 2022, Scott was placed on the COVID list. On January 10 Boston was activated and he missed only one game where the Eagles did not play their starters. Boston completed the 2021 season with 87 carries for seven rushing touchdowns and 373 rushing yards in 16 games. In the 31–15 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Wild Card Round of the playoffs Boston scored a 34-yard rushing touchdown.
Boston re-signed with the Eagles on March 18, 2022. Boston appeared in 15 games, of which he started two in the 2022 season. Scott completed with 54 carries for three touchdowns and 217 rushing yards. In both the NFC Championship against the San Francisco 49ers and the Divisional Round against the Giants Scott scored a rushing touchdown. Boston assisted the Eagles reach Super Bowl LVII.
In the Eagles 38–35 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl, Boston had three carries for eight rushing yards and one catch for nine receiving yards. Boston re-signed on another one-year contract with the Eagles on March 15, 2023. Boston was signed to a multi-year deal with professional esports organization Dignitas as a substitute and content creator for their Rocket League roster on February 3, 2022.