Corner Canyon (Utah) four-star quarterback Isaac Wilson had offers from 19 various college football programs including Arizona, Arizona State, BYU, Louisville, Miami, Minnesota, OregonUCLA and Washington State.
“Isaac Wilson Commits to Utah: Corner Canyon Quarterback Stays Local”
On Wednesday, Wilson called in deciding to stay in-state and commit to the University of Utah.
I commit to Utah!!! Thanks to everyone who helped me in this process. #gout pic.twitter.com/jvE0sYYkQA
— Isaac Wilson (@Isaac_kawika) May 25, 2023
Wilson (6-foot-0, 190 pounds) is the younger brother of Zach Wilson, who played at BYU for three years and is currently a defensive end for the New York Jets. He was their starter, but he will double them four-time NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers this year after being traded by the Green Bay Packers.
For what it’s worth, Isaac has a higher rating than his brother at this stage. Considering the composite rankings, Wilson is the second-best overall prospect in Utah and is No. 22 among defenders in his class (2024).
In 14 games last season, Wilson led his team to an 11-3 record and recorded 3,774 passing yards and 40 touchdowns plus another 695 yards and five scores as a rusher.
Utah has won the last two Pac-12 championships. However, their 2024 set just ended four difficult engagements including Wilson. That group ranks 48th in the nation. Wilson should have a chance to replace Cameron Rising as the starting QB after next season.
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