"I'm heading up to Louisiana-Lafayette for an unofficial this Saturday," Isadore told JCFootball.com. "I've also been hearing a little bit from UCF and Louisville and I hope that with my start, I have a chance to get some more looks."
As a prep, Isadore signed with Angelo State, but he felt like he could play at a higher level so he left and headed to Navarro.
"I just didn't feel at home there," Isadore noted. "I felt like I got overlooked a lot and just didn't get the looks I deserved, so I felt like it was a good opportunity for me to come to Navarro and get more on the radar with some schools because they have a great program here and the coaches are great at getting guys ready to play at the next level."
So far this season, Isadore has gone 57 of 96 for 769 yards with six touchdowns and two picks.
"I see myself more as a dual-threat guy, but at the same time I will sit in the pocket and make plays with my arm as well," Isadore saide. "I usually scramble to extend the play and keep my eyes down the field so I can find my receivers and get the ball into their hands."
Isadore is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2016 football season.