Described as a “commanding goalkeeper” by his new club, the custodian joins the under-18 side at Tynecastle after putting pen to paper on a professional deal.
“He’s a young goalkeeper, a good communicator with bags of potential and we feel we can give Scott a great environment in which he has the opportunity to work hard and progress.
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“With Scott and Zach Paris both pushing each other for the Under 18s’ no.1 jersey, the future of our goalkeeping department looks strong.”
Hearts also have promising 20-year-old Harry Stone on their books. The stopper spent last season on loan at Partick Thistle and then Albion Rovers.