Introduction 2016: ATH Isaac Garcia

UCLA is one of the schools watching the Bellevue (Wash.) 2016 four-star, Isaac Garcia...

Bellevue (Wash.) 2016 four-star Isaac Garcia (6-3, 220) is one of the best jumbo athletes in his class.

Garcia can play outside linebacker, safety, tight end, receiver or defensive end and is hearing that schools like him in a variety of ways.

"Most of it depends on the school," said Garcia. "Michigan likes me as a tight end, different schools want me as a rush outside linebacker and I want to play Anthony Barr's position."

UCLA, where Barr played and where former Bellevue star Myles Jack now plays, is one of the schools interested in Garcia.

"UCLA came by in the spring to check me out and obviously Myles is doing really well there," said Garcia.

Other schools, like hometown Washington, Oregon, USC, Arizona and Washington State checked in on Garcia.

"Washington State offered me as an athlete," said Garcia.

Garcia visited Cal and Stanford while he was in town for the Oakland NFTC.

"Cal and Stanford were great," said Garcia. "They are both beautiful campuses. I loved them. We met with coaches at both schools."

Garcia said he enjoyed the visit to the Bay as well as participating in the NFTC and catching passes at the Elite 11.

"It was a great experience to see all the competition out there and learn from the coaches some new techniques," said Garcia. "Now I can take it back to use and get better and try and get more offers. I appreciated being out there."

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