When asked if he could model his game after anyone, Winthrow University (OH) junior Nick Isaacs said Patrick Willis from the San Francisco 49ers.
"He's a good player who hits hard and is all around the field."
It's that love of the game that has helped the middle linebacker pick up his first two offers from Ball State and Air Force.
"I know that Ball State is a great school. And Air Force has the second largest weight room in the country."
And that's not all, the junior has also been hearing from several other schools.
"I just got off the phone with Toledo. They're beginning to recruit me and just wanted to get to know me and my parents. I've also been in touch with Cincinnati and Minnesota. A bunch of schools have come by my high school too. This week we've had Air Force, Ball State, Northwestern, Eastern Kentucky, Bowling Green and Toledo."
As for his summer plans, Issacs will be hitting the road and attending different camps across the Midwest.
"I plan on going to Ball State, Air Force, Michigan State, Cincinnati and Toledo."
During his junior season Isaacs recorded 94 tackles, two sacks, one interception and five forced fumbles.
Isaacs Holds Two Offers
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