Four Schools Have Zuber's Full Attention

With school getting out for the summer just a few weeks from now, versatile Peach State playmaker, Isaiah Zuber, has plans to visit a school out of the ACC and four schools catching his full attention.

Isaiah Zuber is one of the more explosive and versatile playmakers in the Peach State for the class of 2015. The Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson product has the ability to take a kick return or punt return to the house for a touchdown, as well as a bubble screen in the slot from his wide receiver position.

Zuber, who has fielded scholarship offers from South Florida, Boston College, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, Illinois and Purdue on the recruiting trail, has plans to leave the state to visit a school out of the ACC two weeks from now.

"I plan on visiting Wake Forest on June 7."

Locating and recruiting the rich-talent in the State of Georgia has been a priority in year two for Willie Taggart's staff at the University of South Florida.

The 5-foot-11, 185-pound Zuber hauled in a Bulls' offer over a month ago and the two parties continue to speak frequently.

"The coach came up to our school to visit me a couple of times," Zuber said. "I plan on going down there to the school sometime during the summer to check out the campus and get involved in a camp. He seems like a pretty good coach. I think it's the defensive line coach (Eric Mathies)."

Thus far, a near handful of schools have the early edge at securing a verbal commitment from the offensive weapon.

"Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, USF and Cincinnati (are my top four)."

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