Last March, Boston College was the first to offer the 6-foot-2, 230-pound Isaacs, considered New England's top Class of 2013 prospect, and has kept in contact with him regularly. Iowa has also begun to show significant interest, while Maryland, Oregon, Penn State and Princeton have all extended camp invitations.
Right now, Isaacs told Brown he would give the Huskies a slim edge over BC because of his familiarity with the Storrs, Conn. campus. He has been to at least five football-related events at UConn, but has yet to visit BC.
"UConn is close to home and it would be easy for my family to come see me play," Isaacs told Brown. "I like their coaches and their facilities. I still have to look into the education at each school because right now I'm just going off what I know about the football programs. It doesn't matter right now anyway because I still have two more years, too."
For more recruiting updates on New England's top high school football talent, be sure to check out Brown's blog.