Isaac Taylor-Stuart has tremendous size and speed for a corner and is a very intriguing prospect.
At the Nike Opening Regional Camp in L.A on Sunday, Taylor-Stuart measured in at 6-2, 185 pounds and his 4.43-40 was one of the fastest 40 times of the day.
Taylor-Stuart had his moments in the one on one drills as well showing off his size, strength and speed. He can continue to improve his explosiveness out of his breaks and becoming a more fluid athlete and when he does that, he'll take his game to another level. He could also bulk up in to a safety and offers some nice positional versatility for whatever program lands him.
On the recruiting front, Taylor-Stuart took recent unofficial visits to Cal, Fresno State, Stanford and USC and it sounds like the Trojans are in a good spot right now. Schools like Alabama, Florida State, Michigan, Nebraska, Oregon and Washington are making a big push as well and the athlete plans to take several visits over the spring and summer.
To hear Taylor-Stuart break down his recent visits and favorite schools as well as his timeframe for making a decision, check out the video above: