Scott Darvin Wells ... Born: Jan. 7, 1981 ... Jersey number: 64. CAREER - Games/Started: 50/49
2003 - Games/Started 13/13 ... Elected as a team captain prior to the season ... Started every game at center for an amazing third consecutive year ... Wore jersey No. 67 for the Auburn game in honor of fellow senior and backup center Chuck Prugh, who spent the week prior to the game hospitalized in intensive care with a serious illness ... Became a proud father two days before the Miami game, when his wife, Julie, gave birth to a healthy baby boy named Jackson Wayne Wells ... The 2004 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl vs. Clemson marked his 49th consecutive start, giving him the third-longest current streak by an offensive lineman in all of college football (and tying him for second place on UT's career games-played list).
2002 - Games/Started 12/12 ... A rock in the middle of the Vols' offensive line ... Started every game at center for a second consecutive year ... A gritty performer who is willing to do what it takes to get the job done.
2001 - Games/Started: 13/13 ... A gritty competitor who started every game at center ... He was moved to center last season because of other injuiries on the offensive line ... Answered the call without hesitation and solidified the position this season for the Vols ... Part of offensive line unit that help pave the way for Travis Stephens to set a single-season rushing record at Tennessee and lead the SEC in rushing at 122 yards per game.
CAREER - Games/Started: 50/49
2000 - Games/Started: 11/10...The Sporting News third-team Freshman All-America...When Fred Weary was hurt in first half of Florida game, Scott was inserted at center with first unit and played there the rest of the season...Made his first start against Louisiana-Monroe...As Weary was ruled out for rest of season, Wells worked hard and earned citation by Coach Phillip Fulmer as one of Vols' most improved ...
1999 - Redshirted ...
HIGH SCHOOL - PrepStar and CNN/Sports Illustrated All-America ... Two-time All-State, All-Region, All-District ... Four-year starter at offensive guard and three years at defensive tackle ... Division II Class A Mr. Football in 1998 ... Captain of team that reached state finals and finished with 11-1 record ... On defense he registered 12 tackles as a junior, 14 as a senior ... Ranked No. 1 heavyweight wrestler in the nation ... Named state of Tennessee wrestling MVP ... Competed on track team in discus and shot put ... Coach at Brentwood Academy: Carlton Flatt.