Corner Canyon QB Isaac Wilson remains in state and commits to Utah
Corner Canyon (Utah) had four-star quarterback Isaac Wilson Offers from 19 various college football programs including Arizona, Arizona State, BYU, Louisville, Miami, Minnesota, OregonUCLA and Washington State.
On Wednesday, Wilson made the decision to stay in the state and volunteer at the University of Utah.
I commit to Utah!!! Thank you to everyone who helped me through this process. #Gouten pic.twitter.com/jvE0sYYkQA
— Isaac Wilson (@Isaac_kawika) May 25, 2023
Wilson (6ft 0, 190lbs) is the younger brother of Zach Wilson, who played at BYU for three years and is currently quarterback for the New York Jets. He was her starter but will bounce back four-time NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers this year after his transfer from the Green Bay Packers.
Isaac has a higher rating than his brother at this point. Based on the composite rankings, Wilson is the second best candidate overall in Utah and is the No. 22 quarterback in its class (2024).
In 14 games last season, Wilson led his team to an 11-3 record and had 3,774 passing yards and 40 touchdowns, as well as an additional 695 yards and five scores as a rusher.
Utah has won the last two Pac-12 championships. However, her recruiting class of 2024 has only just begun four hard commits including Wilson. This group ranks 48th nationally. Wilson should have a chance to replace Cameron Rising as starting QB after next season.
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