Standout athlete Isaac Taylor-Stuart is among the top cover corners in the 2018 class and is currently rated the No. 26 overall prospect in the country.
Taylor-Stuart is that rare corner who boasts not just great length but speed and toughness as well. He's a legitimate 6-2, 180 pounds and clocked a 4.43-40, 4.27 shuttle and jumped nearly 38" at the Opening Regional Camp in L.A back in February.
The athlete is more than just a workout warrior and shows up well on film. He's an aggressive press corner who uses his size and long arms to disrupt a receiver at the line but has the quickness and change of direction skill to run with just about anyone as well.
"I'm hearing from a lot of other schools who could be offering soon," Taylor-Stuart said. "Cal, Oregon, Oregon State, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Ohio State, Colorado, LSU, Michigan, Florida, Florida State and Tennessee are all recruiting me pretty hard right now so we'll see what happens.
"The schools I'm talking to the most that are recruiting me hardest are Alabama, Notre Dame, UCLA, USC, Utah and LSU. I'm going to try and go catch a game at UCLA and USC but I don't have anything set right now. I definitely want to go when they play each other and I'm also interested in going to the UCLA- Stanford game as well."
Taylor-Stuart said he would like to try and visit the out of state schools on his list over the summer and added there's a chance he could make an early decision before his senior year if he finds the right school and it feels right.