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Running back Ty Isaac from Catholic Academy in Joliet, Ill., is planning to visit Auburn this weekend. Isaac, who is rated a 4-star and the nation's No. 4 running back and No. 29 overall prospect, has more than 20 offers including one from Auburn.
TURDS ALL UP IN THIS MUG. /// "2010 Auburn Tigers, my favorite team. Unbeaten in all ways." -- Dan Wetzel, April 4, 2013, 6:29 p.m.
Reminds me of a thicker Yeldon. Is he doing a southern school tour or is he specifically visiting Auburn?
Sweet. Does anyone know if he has visited anywhere else yet?
Don't know details yet.
Hopefully he will find Auburn a great place to be in February. If he is not interested, invite that #77, #65, #55, and the rest of that o-line.
This guy's film is off the charts. I will be very surprised if he isn't a five star. Hopefully we can make a good impression.
Man I love this kid's film. If you have a decent running back, much less someone as good as him, they are going to rack up the yards running the Double Wing in high school. Very hard to stop if you have a back like him.
This guy and Tyshon Dye would be the best tandem we could sign this year. I really hope that these two guys are 1a and 1b on the coaches big board.
No war is over until the enemy says it's over. We may think it's over, we may say it's over, but the enemy gets a vote. - Gen. James Mattis
Watched the videos. Played junior high competition. Think he had to cut 1 time and didn't show much lateral agility. Not much top end speed. Suited for the Big Ten. Will get killed in the SEC.
He is probably a very good back, but I was thinking the same thing. Against South Georgia high school defenses, he would be smothered. I'm sure the coaches will be able to assess his ability a lot better next season than we could in one highlight film.
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I think his numbers and showing is probably a combination of both. He is really good and he is playing really ...REALLY crappy competition. That would maybe explain the 515 yards in the state championship game.
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Sign that MAN up.... ASAP
"Wishful thinking is not the same thing as objective evidence." - jdhinsc
Did none of you watch Dyer's highlights. He was playing horrible competition, but you could still see the abilities that made him a five star.
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