"It was a good trip, I had a lot of fun," Stanback told Dawgman.com this afternoon. "There were a lot of cars and famous people." His host was Keary Colbert. "And the next day I had another dude," he said. "I think he was Pac-10 special teams player of the year, but I couldn't remember his name."
The highlight of Isaiah's visit was checking out a place he's knows he'll be visiting, even if
he doesn't go to USC. "I'd say just going to the coliseum," said Stanback. "That stadium is
The Trojan coaches didn't pressure him to making a decision. "I told them that I had a
good time and that I would be making a decision in the next week or two," he said. "I need
to talk to my Mom and my sister, my family, basically. And I'll be talking to the coaches to
find out more about the quarterbacking situations."
With the Huskies and Trojans going tooth and nail for the talented signal-caller, is he ready
to announce a leader? Not yet," he said "Everything is so heated right now, I couldn't tell
you who is a leader at this point."
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