Victor Scott began his pro career as a 2nd round pick (40th overall) of the Dallas Cowboys in the 1984 NFL Draft after a college career with the Colorado Buffaloes where he was a second team All-American in 1983. Scott spent five seasons (1984-88) with the Cowboys, playing in 45 games with 5 interceptions and 3 quarterback sacks. He returned to the gridiron in 1991 with the Arena League's Orlando Predators. Scott spent part of one season in Orlando and played with the San Antonio Force in 1992. He would round out his playing career with the Massachusetts Marauders in 1994 after not playing in 1993. In parts of three Arena seasons, Scott picked off one pass for a 49-yard touchdown and was credited with 29 tackles. On offense, he made 6 receptions for 76 yards and a score, all with the 1991 Predators.
Scott wore this Bike Zubaz jersey for the Predators in their inaugural season in 1991. The jersey shows light wear, Scott played in three games for the Predators. The Zubaz jerseys were certainly a new look on the football field, adopted after the brand of athletic wear gained a level of popularity outside of game equipment. Footage and photos are tough to come by for this era of Arena football but, as far as I can tell, the short-lived Zubaz style was worn by the Predators, Tampa Bay Storm and New Orleans Night during the 1991 season.