As a Freshman (2013-14)
Scott had an up-and-down rookie season, appearing in all 32 games with two starts. Scott averaged 6.2 points and 2.6 rebounds and led the team in steals with 30.
Was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week twice, the first Purdue player to earn the accolade two times.
Named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Nov. 25 after 15.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.5 steals and 2.0 assists in wins over Eastern Illinois and Siena.
Named for the second time on Dec. 16 after scoring 15 points with four rebounds, three assists and three steals against Butler in the Crossroads Classic.
Tallied a career-best 18 points against No. 5-ranked Oklahoma State in the Old Spice Classic.
Scored in double-figures in seven of his first 11 games, but just three times in the last 20 contests.
Recorded first career double-double with a 13-point, 10-rebound effort against Nebraska (Feb. 23).
Averaged 9.3 points while shooting 42.7 percent in non-conference play, but dropped to 3.7 points and 27.0 percent shooting in Big Ten play.
Started his career by making his first four three-point attempts.
Scored 16 points with a career-high five assists in the first start of his career, a win over Eastern Michigan.
A four-star recruit, Scott was ranked No. 75 on the Rivals 150, and was named one of the 10 best perimeter defenders in the country by Rivals.com.
Finished fourth in the voting for Indiana's Mr. Basketball in 2013.
Averaged 23.5 points, 6.7 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3.0 steals per game while being presented the Tiffany Gooden Award (most outstanding player in the Summit Athletic Conference).
Led Northrop to three consecutive SAC Tournament Championships as well as a sectional title.
Was named second-team Associated Press All-State during his last two years at Northrop, being the only junior (in 2012) to be named on the top two squads.
Averaged 25.2 points per game as a junior and finished his high school career with 2,042 points to rank 33rd on the state's all-time list.
Was able to get to the free throw line at will, shooting 739 free throws during his four years, an average of almost eight per game.
Coached by Barak Coolman.
Full name is Bryson Ervin Scott.
Majoring in organizational leadership and supervision.
Born on July 27, 1994.
Son of Brent and Wendy Scott.
Has two brothers, Brenton and Jay, and one sister, Braelyn.
Twin brother, Brenton, plays basketball at Indiana State.