Stephenson (GA) junior receiver Isaiah Zuber continues to draw interest from schools from around the southeast. Isaiah made a recent visit to another school that is now showing interest.
The latest visit for Zuber was to Georgia Tech. The visit wasn't what he expected. "I went there thinking it would be a crowded school with nothing to do." Once he got there, Isaiah could tell that it was much different. "It is a beautiful school with so much to do. I was thoroughly impressed with my initial view of the school."
Upon arriving at the school, Isaiah toured the football facilities and campus. He especially liked the indoor practice facility and the rendering of the remodeled weight room. "We also talked to the academic people and got an a good idea of what it would be like to be there as a student-athlete." Isaiah also learned about his possible major. "I like sports management and that is an area I really want to go through. I see that as a positive sign that Georgia Tech has that as part of their academics."
Zuber sat down with Coach Paul Johnson and Coach Joe Speed. They covered a wide range of subjects. "Coach Johnson and Coach Speed talked about me being in the slot and asked if I would I have a problem with that. Isaiah said he didn't have a problem with that as he likes that idea knowing that the A Backs make big plays.
The defensive coaches would also like to have Isaiah. "One of the defensive coaches said he liked me as a defensive back." Isaiah wouldn't mind playing there but he does prefers the offensive side of the ball. "However, I will play wherever the need to me to play so i can get on the field."
Zuber didn't receive an offer on the visit but the coaches let him know that they would like to watch him at his spring practices before offering. "I feel real good about getting one."
Isaiah will be returning to Tech to watch them practice and he also plans to attend their spring game. The only other trip Isaiah has planned is one to Virginia Tech. Virginia Tech is the one school that Isaiah feels is talking to him the most.
A decision on a school could be made by the end of spring. If not then, Isaiah hopes to make it this summer. "I am looking for a team that has good coaches and a good academic reputation." Isaiah would prefer to stay close to home but will not rule a school that is little farther away if he felt real comfortable there.