The Wilson pipeline to BYU remains strong as 2024 QB Isaac Wilson was offered a scholarship by BYU. Isaac is the younger brother of Zach Wilson. Isaac said in a tweet that he was offered by BYU three months ago but his “dad felt it was best to wait to tell me until the time was right.”
I just found that I was offered a scholarship from BYU 3 months ago. My dad felt it was best to wait to tell me, until the time was right. Thank you @KalaniSitake &@CoachRoderick for believing in me. I have so much more to prove but I am so grateful for the opportunity #gocougs pic.twitter.com/I31Yfnyxxm— Isaac Wilson (@Isaac_kawika) May 26, 2021
I felt it was better to let you continue to develop. You do have a lot to prove. But you have been killing it in 7on7 football. I’m so proud of your development over the past few months. Love you! Keep working! https://t.co/IJnwy2iSLT— Mike Wilson (@wilsonohana) May 26, 2021
Isaac could be the fourth Wilson brother to attend BYU. Josh is currently a linebacker at BYU and linebacker Isaac committed to BYU back in April.
Isaac is finishing ninth grade, but he has already shown special arm talent. He’s already taken home MVPs in 7-on-7 camps and is beginning to be noticed nationally.
BYU should be considered the heavy favorite to land Isaac with the obvious family ties and the great relationship that Isaac already has with BYU’s staff. Corner Canyon is becoming a high school national power out west, so it will be interesting to watch Isaac’s development and see what kind of QB he develops into at BYU.
Also, big shoutout to Jack Tuttle, who Kyle Whittingham chose over Zach Wilson and allowed the Wilson family to turn blue.