Adisa Isaac

Defensive End
6′5″ / 210 lbs
Brooklyn, NY
Class of 2019
Rating: 93

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Rating: 93.3

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Penn State
Texas A&M
Boston College
Central Florida
North Carolina
Virginia Tech
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Jason Howell
on May 30, 2018


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1 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Signing Day Scenarios: How the Aggies could fill their remaining few spots
With the early signing period only a couple of days away, Texas A&M is working to fill 2-3 remaining openings in their 2019 recruiting class. Billy Liucci takes a look at several possible directions the story could go before Fisher and his staff wrap up a possible top 5 haul.
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Lunchtime notes - Monday
A&M staff is back on the road this week, and it started last night with a trip to Horn Lake (MS) LB Nakobe Dean. The highly touted backer got to spend time with Jimbo Fisher and other A&M staffers as the Aggies continue to make their case for Dean to end up in College Station. A few things playing into A&M's favor here: 1) the Engineering school 2) the Depth Chart 3) the manner in which A&M has sold the previous two and how the Aggie Network ties in. Multiple reports out today have Nakobe on record saying he's mentally started to cut some schools out of his previous top 7. I believe the Aggies have made the final cut, but I wouldn't call them the leader. I feel confident Dean plays in the SEC, but I'm not sure I'm ready to go out a limb and say where. A&M staffers will also check in on one of the top players in the northeast as Brooklyn (NY) edge man Adisa Isaac will get a visit. This will be the second time Isaac has hosted A&M in the past two weeks. The Aggie staff will also check in on LB commit Andre White while in the region.I've been told today that Dyersburg (TN) LB Chris Russell will sign in February. Another expected February signee is Amite (LA) DT Ishmael Sopsher. A&M DT Coach Elijah Robinson has been running point on this one, and he's probably the main reason the Aggies are still in the discussion here. Robinson was in New Orleans last weekend to see Sopsher win the state championship. My personal opinion as of today is that Sopsher would like to play for Robinson and A&M, but the pressure from the folks around him ultimately lands in him Baton Rouge or Tuscaloosa. Dave Aranda is working hard for the Tigers. We are aware that JUCO CB Dreshun Miller has semi announced a commitment to West Virginia on his Instagram page. Like I said in the unsticked thread, LSU hasnt really considered Miller a commitment (at least not a firm one) in a while. I know that as of late last week, he was still in communication with the Aggie coaching staff. I think the next week or so will answer whether or not Miller is a viable candidate to become a part of this 2019 class. Oregon CB commit Elijah Blades does remain in contact with A&M staffers. There's still plenty of work to do, but this group of coaches is plenty equipped to take on the load. Regardless of what happened with Carter, Blades has always been a highly coveted prospect in this class.
1 yr ago by Billy Liucci
Scattershooting the Gator Bowl, 2019 projections, recruiting & more
Billy sends you into the weekend with a veritable dissertation on what to watch for from the Aggies in the coming months, thoughts on the stretch run in recruiting and some bonus speculation and commentary on the wider world of college football
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: Predicting A&M's recruiting finish, class highlights & more
As is his custom on Friday, Jason Howell is offering you three thoughts on recruiting, today locking in on the likely finish for the Aggies as the early signing period looms. He also locks in on what's special about Kenyon Green and DeMarvin Leal and other key players in the class.
1 yr ago by Jason Howell
Three Things: A&M recruiting storylines, a few predictions & more
Jason Howell runs out three (surprise, this week it's four) thoughts on the world of recruiting and college football. This week he addresses a couple of recent developments in Aggie recruiting, makes some predictions and addresses the myth that Jimbo left FSU with little talent.
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