"He's accepting this offer," said Scott's attorney, Michael Wright. The prosecutor's office objected to the plea being done by writing and not in person, but not the parameters of the agreement.
Wright said Scott has completed domestic violence education at the Artemis House and been through counseling.
"Mr. Scott has never been in trouble before," Wright said. "There should not be any future incidents, your Honor."
UD's public safety department refused to release the report from the incident that happened in the 200 block of Caldwell Street. Prosecutors said surveillance video shows Scott dragging Austin across the ground. Wright said Austin was "breaking things" inside Scott's residence, but that Scott should have "handled it in a different manner."
Logan said Austin agreed to the plea offer. Scott became a father during the season when his girlfriend gave birth to Devon Henry Scott Jr. on Feb. 2.
Scott, a 6-foot-9 sophomore center, averaged 3.4 points and 2.7 rebounds for a Flyers team that reached the NCAA Tournament's Elite 8.