Brian Scott is currently the associate head coach at Mount Zion Prep School located in Baltimore, Maryland. He is also the assistant coach for Under Armour’s Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) teams, the B’More Panthers 17-Under and B’More Finest Men’s Basketball. His responsibilities include planning practices, working with players on the court and coaching players, several of which received Division I scholarships to schools such as Loyola University and University of Nevada Las Vegas. From 2009-2012, Scott was an assistant coach at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School located in Baltimore, Maryland. In his three years as assistant coach, Dunbar won three consecutive State Championships from 2009-2012, as well as the Baltimore City Public School Championship in 2011-2012. In addition to coaching players on the court, he helped plan and execute all academic policies to ensure student athletes remained in good academic standing. During the 2003-2004 season, he coached at the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and helped the head coach with game time planning. Scott also coached at the collegiate level, serving as the Student Assistant Coach at Barton College from 1998-1999.
In high school, Scott played for the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (Poly) varsity team where he helped lead them to their first ever regional championship game, and was chosen to represent Poly in the East vs. West All-Star game. He finished his senior year at Poly averaging 15.9 points per game, 5.9 rebounds per game, and leading his team to an 18-6 record. Scott continued his athletic career as a small forward shooting guard at Catonsville Community College in Maryland where, as a freshman, he averaged 15.4 points a game, leading the school to a 14-13 record and the school’s first winning season under Coach Luke D’Alessio. During his sophomore year, he averaged 15.6 points per game, while the team finished 28-7 and ranked #4 in the nation. Scott played in the Maryland JUCO All-Star game and finished his career with more than 100 three pointers and averaged 15.5 points per game and 6.3 rebounds per game. He continued his career at Barton College where he helped Barton win the 1996-1997 CVAC Conference Championship finishing 22-5. Scott was instrumental in helping Barton College make the 1996-1997 NCAA Division II National Tournament, the school’s first time ever making it into the tournament.