WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Michael Scotman was looking forward to the day one of the five-day White Plains Football Camp, which began Saturday. The senior was anxious to put the shoulder pads on again after suffering a knee injury in the fourth game promptly ended his 2010 season. Scotman was on the field and showing no effects of the injury as he and his White Plains teammates ran through drills with the coaching staff. Joining White Plains at the camp are Byram Hills, Edgemont, Rye Neck and Westlake. The teams practice from 5-8:30 p.m. each night and will conclude with scrimmages Wednesday. It feels good to be out here because it has been awhile, said Scotman, who will line up at running back and linebacker. Im also a little more relaxed this year because last year I didnt know where I was going to play because I had to compete with a lot of the seniors. Scotman was pleased by the turnout as White Plains appeared to have larger numbers than the other four teams. This will give us a good look as to where were are, Scotman said. This sets the base and from here we can build on it.
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