Isaiah Gay is a good looking running back and cornerback prospect out of Booker T. Washington High School in Atlanta, GA. He has been camping so far this summer, and getting his name out to college coaches throughout the southeast. Isaiah has a final four, and is working hard to get better every day.
"I like Florida, Georgia, Georgia Tech, and Mississippi State.
None of them
me just yet."
Below, Isaiah describes what he likes about each school on his list:
Florida- "The speed of the team down there."
Georgia- "Their Strength and Conditioning program is just awesome"
Georgia Tech- "I like the coaching staff a whole lot"
Mississippi State- "Some of my teammates go there (Nick Turner, Jeramie
What does Isaiah feel he does best right now, and what does he feel he can
"My speed and my football catching skills are my best right now. I
better with juke
moves, and my vision."
Gay will play both ways for high school team this season, but will be
featured as the
starter at running back. He boasts a 3.2 GPA, and should have absolutely
qualifying to play at the next level. At 5-9 and 170 pounds, Gay will
likely be a wide receiver or corner on the next level. He was a standout at the MSL
Combine in Atlanta where he ran a 4.41 forty.
TheInsiders will keep you posted on
Isaiah right up
through signing day.
Two way Atlanta standout names 4 favorites.
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