For the third time this year, Ty Isaac, the No. 8 running back in his class, took a visit to USC last week. Like he has since May, Isaac maintains that he is firmly committed to the Trojans and this most recent trip only further solidified his allegiance to Lane Kiffin and his crew.
“Obviously my stance on USC has not changed, and it won’t throughout the rest of the process. I know a lot of people have been asking, but I’m set with where I’m at,” Isaac said to ESPN’s USC recruiting blog, “We Are SC”.
While he was in Troy land, former Trojan commit Max Redfield and Texas commit A’Shawn Robinson were also talking visits. Though he is not the type to recruit other players, he said he was “encouraged” by what he saw in these two top prospects.
“I feel like both of them are going to do what’s best for them, and hopefully it’s the Trojans. They both looked very comfortable on campus. They were comfortable with us, the players on the team and the staff. So I feel good about both,” he told ESPN.
Isaac had originally planned to enroll at USC in January, but has since chanced course and will now wait until the end of his senior year in May. Schools like Michigan, Notre Dame, and Ohio State continue to pursue him, but at this time, he has no intentions of taking any official visits to these schools.
Despite the mediocre season USC had and the uncertainty surrounding a few coaching positions, Isaac said he is still 100-percent a Trojan and looks forward to joining his new teammates next fall.