And for now, Isaac said he's still committed to the Trojans.
"Right now, yeah, I'm still committed," said Isaac.
But that doesn't mean things could get interesting in the next couple of weeks. While Isaac was vague about where things stand, there does seem to be a chance for other schools to impress him.
"I can't predict the future, if I did, I'd be more happy about everything," said Isaac. "Right now, it's more stressful, cause at this point, there is a lot going on. It's not what I expected at this point in time."
"Notre Dame, I hear from them a lot, and Michigan, they contact me every now and then, and there are a couple others. But really, I hear from Notre Dame or USC," said Isaac.
Isaac doesn't have any visits scheduled in the near future.
"I don't have anything planned right now for visits," said Isaac. "I visited USC officially already. But ever since I committed, there have been Midwest schools still talking to me. We're going to see how everything plays out. I figured it might play out this way."
Isaac initially planned to enroll early, but one class kept that from happening.
"It wasn't a decision I made, it was one of the classes that didn't let me graduate early," said Isaac.
For now, though, Isaac is focusing on his contributions to Team White at the UnderArmour All-America Game.
"Hopefully, we play well," said Isaac. "I have to pick it up in practice a little bit, myself."