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Scotty McKnight was born on 11 February, 1988 in Newport Beach, CA, is an American football wide receiver. At 32 years old, Scotty McKnight height is 5 ft 11 in (180.3 cm).

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Scotty McKnight Age 34 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 11 February 1988
Birthday 11 February
Birthplace Newport Beach, CA
Nationality CA

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Scotty McKnight Net Worth

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McKnight was drafted by the New York Jets in the seventh round of the 2011 NFL Draft. McKnight joined best friend Mark Sanchez, whom McKnight has known since he was eight years old. McKnight signed a four-year contract on July 29, 2011. Mcknight's only reception was a 14-yard touchdown in a pre-season game against the Philadelphia Eagles. He was waived on September 2. McKnight was signed to the team's practice squad on September 20. He was placed on the practice squad injured reserve list on November 1, 2011 after suffering a torn ACL, MCL, PCL and meniscus in his left knee. McKnight was re-signed by the Jets on March 20, 2012. He was waived on August 6, 2012 after fracturing his left knee cap.


2010 (Sr.)-He earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors from the Associated Press and the league coaches and garnered first-team All-Colorado honors from the state's NFF chapter. He was the recipient of three postseason team awards, making school history by being named the John Mack Award winner as the team's most outstanding offensive player for the third straight year. He shared the inaugural Kordell Stewart Career Achievement Award with quarterback Cody Hawkins, presented for outstanding career achievement, as the pair set numerous passing and receiving records between them. He was voted Best Interview for the second straight year by CU's beat media and was one of CU's four team co-captains, as selected by his teammates. In posting team highs of 50 receptions, 621 yards and seven receiving touchdowns, he became the only player in school history to lead CU in receiving in four consecutive seasons. He was a preseason first-team All-Big 12 selection by The Sporting News, and a second-team pick by Athlon, Lindy's Big12 Football and Phil Steele's College Football, which ranked him as the nation's No. 39 overall receiver in the nation. He was one of 51 players on the official preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award, while pegged him as a preseason All-American. One of three recipients of the team's Eddie Crowder Award for outstanding leadership during spring drills and the off-season.


2009 (Jr.)-He started 11 games in earning second-team All-Big 12 honors from the Associated Press; the Big 12 Coaches tabbed him honorable mention. He earned first-team All-Colorado honors from the state's chapter of the National Football Foundation, and earned the John Mack Award for the second straight year as the Buffs' most outstanding offensive player. He was the co-recipient of the Best Interview Award as selected by CU's beat media, and once again was one of the recipients of the Gold Group Commitment Award. He led the team in all major receiving categories, grabbing 76 balls for 893 yards and six touchdowns.


2008 (Soph.)- He was the recipient of the John Mack Award, presented to CU's most outstanding offensive player, and was also a first-team All-Colorado selection by the state's chapter of the National Football Foundation. The coaches named him one of the recipients of the Gold Group Commitment Award. He led the team in receptions for the second straight season, the first former walk-on to ever do so in school history. He caught 46 passes for 519 yards and five touchdowns. In the spring, the coaches selected him as the recipient of the Eddie Crowder Award, presented for outstanding leadership during spring drills.


2007 (Fr.-RS)-He suffered an unfortunate injury on the first day of spring drills when he broke his ankle. On crutches for over a month, he bounced back quickly from the fracture and would become the first freshman wide receiver to lead the Buffs in receiving. An honorable mention Freshman All-American by both The Sporting News and, he caught 43 passes for 488 yards and four touchdowns. TSN named him first-team Freshman All-Big 12, as he set school freshman records for receptions and yards. He played in all 13 games, including the season opener against Colorado State, where he responded with a record setting game: he caught eight passes for 106 yards and a touchdown. It was he most receptions and yards by any Buff, regardless of class, for a first game of a career.


2006 (Fr.)-Redshirted; practiced all fall at wide receiver and made an impression on the coaching staff. He joined the team as an invited walk-on for August drills.


Scott Joseph McKnight (born February 11, 1988) is a former American football wide receiver. He played college football at Colorado and was drafted by the New York Jets in the 7th round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He has written episodes of television for CSI: Cyber.


McKnight completed his Colorado career finishing first in receptions (215) and receiving touchdowns (22), while winding up third in all-time receiving yards (2,521). He became the 10th player in NCAA history to catch at least one pass in every game he appeared in, and the sixth to do so without missing any games due to injury. He is the first player to lead the team in receptions for four straight years.