Isaiah's father, George, traveled with his son and came away impressed.
"The visit went really well," George Briscoe said. "He got to check out the campus and talk with the players and coaches.
"We watched some tape with Coach and he just explained how his system works and what the main objectives are. There is definitely a plan there with a solid structure and that's what any parent wants to see."
Briscoe says that he was able to get a good look at everything, as well as visit with an assistant he has known for years.
"It's a nice environment with the coaches and I've got a great relationship with Book, so we saw everything we needed to see," he said.
Briscoe held off on committing, but a decision should come soon.
"I don't think you are going to see Isaiah take any more visits," Briscoe said. "He's given it a lot of thought and he knows where he wants to go. It's just a matter now of finding the right time to announce. It should happen by the end of the summer."
In the meantime, Briscoe plans on elevating his game this summer.
"This is a big summer for Isaiah as far as his development as a player," Briscoe said. "He's worked hard to expand his game and he's played with one of the best lead guards in the country, so he hasn't gotten a full opportunity to showcase his skills, but college coaches know what his game is all about.
"He's a versatile kid who can play multiple positions and he wants to win more than anything and will do what it takes to put his team in that position."