Gentry Talks Pledge to Golden Flashes

Kent State pulls in under the radar receiver Isaiah Gentry out of one of Ohio's top prep programs.

Kent State wide receivers coach Doc Gamble is making an early impact recruiting his hometown of Cincinnati with another commitment in Moeller wide receiver Isaiah Gentry.

"I committed to Kent State," said Gentry. "I like their campus a lot and went up there for a football camp as was able to see everything. It's also close to home and is a school that is coming up."

One thing that helped the Golden Flashes was Gamble's ties to the Gentry family.

"Coach Gamble is my recruiting coach," he said. "My parents and Coach Gamble all attended Withrow High School together. There were a couple of years apart, but they are pretty close to each other."

Gentry so far this season has seen limited opportunities but has made the most of the ones he's received having pulled down nine balls for 202 yards and one touchdown.

"So far my senior season has been pretty good," explained Gentry. "We are 6-0 and there are no complaints. I feel like after this last game, things are opening up and I'll have more chances to become a big time player."

One thing Gentry has been unable to do so far is attend a game this fall.

"I've not been able to go up for a game because of our schedule," he said. "I'm looking to go up to one after our homecoming if I'm able to work it around my schedule."


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