Scott exemplifies an individual who has significantly impacted athletics in New Mexico at all levels for a long period of time as a business owner, athlete and coach. Scott attended Western New Mexico University in Silver City where he played quarterback, punter and defensive back for their successful football program. Two years later he transferred to the University of New Mexico, where he was the one of the top punters in the country for the obos. His booming long-hang time punting is still remembered by Lobo fans. The National Football League took notice too, but Scott decided that the home building business was in his future rather than a professional gridiron career. Scott formed in 1976 Raylee Homes with his wife, Laura and later was the co-founder of Vantage Builders in 2001 to 2011. Since 1976, Scott has been strong believer in giving back to the community. First, with his donations from the “Lobo House”, which he would build an home and donate the proceed to benefit student-athletes at UNM. He has built 16 homes raising more than a million dollars for UNM Athletics. The Lobo House project also inspired a recent offshoot: an Apple House to benefit Albuquerque Public Schools. Three Apple Houses have now been built and sold for the Albuquerque Public Schools Educational Foundation, raising nearly $180000. Scott and Raylee Homes were the title sponsor for the APS Sport Fund Golf Extravaganza for many years donating each $25000 each year, which benefited middle school athletics. In his busy schedule, Scott took time to coach youth football for winning championships in Young American Football League to being the Offensive Coordinator for many years at Cibola High School. He later was asked to coach volleyball at Bosque School. He would lead the Bobcats to a state running-up in 2011 and finally the school’s first state volleyball championship in 2012. In both years, he was named the Marty Saiz’s State Farm Agency Metro Coach of the Year. He also help be a sponsor of the Metro Volleyball banquet since 2009 to the present. Scott, the sports junky, became the co-founder of Team Broadcasting 101.7. FM. Rio Rancho in 2008 to present, which is now #1 sports radio station in New Mexico.