After Fox Sports recruiting analyst Greg Biggins tweeted Wednesday night that he heard former Charter Oak and St. Paul running back Kurt Scoby was leaving Alemany, the L.A. Times’ Eric Sondheimer confirmed today that Scoby has in fact left Alemany, a school that he never played for. Sondheimer cited transportation issues as the reason for Scoby leaving Alemany. Since Scoby’s freshman year he has attended Charter Oak, Duarte, St. Paul, Cathedral and Alemany, but has only played football for Charter Oak and St. Paul. Rumors are going to swirl that Scoby will wind up at Bishop Amat. Scoby has indicated before he would like to play at Amat and still lives in the San Gabriel Valley. Plus, when someone asked Biggins where he thought Scoby would wind up, Biggins tweeted, “Rumor is Bishop Amat.” I was talking to a Bishop Amat football assistant last week who said they have everything but a running back, so stay tuned, this could get interesting.
This will shock no one but hearing RB Kurt Scoby is leaving Mission Hills (Calif) Alemany, never saw that one lasting as long as it did
— Greg Biggins (@GregBiggins) March 7, 2013