Isaac Wilson, brother of Zach Wilson, commits to Utah

The Wilson family had a lot to celebrate on Wednesday night… Isaac Wilson announced that he has committed to the Utah Utes as their quarterback for the next season of the Pac-12 Football Conference. Zach Wilson is started as a promising prospect of the NFL with the New York Jets and is ready to learn from the one and only Aaron Rodgers, and now, his brother Isaac, who is considered a four-star QB, begins his journey with Salt Lake City’s team.

Isaac Wilson announced his intention via Twitter. He played last season for the Corner Canyon High School, in Draper, Utah. Rumors indicated he had many offers from universities like Arizona, Oregon, Miami and even BYU, where his brother Zach played, but he opted for the Utah Utes to continue his father’s Mike Wilson legacy.

Last year, in his first season as a starter for the Corner Canyon Chargers, he registered amazing numbers with 3,772 yards and 40 touchdowns against only 17 interceptions. He also showed his ability running with a total of 694 yards and five touchdowns. These statistics made sites like 247 Sports ranked him as a Top-22 quarterback prospect for 2024… in the entire country! And only considering the young quarterback’s in Utah, he’s a Top-2, competing syde-by-side with his teammate Isaiah Garcia.

Wilson, who’s 6-feet and 185 pounds, has some big shoes to fill. He is set to replace Cameron Rising, who won back-to-back championships with the Utah Utes in only two seasons as a starting quarterback. A big challenge evidently, but Isaac rises as a solid option for Utes’ Head Coach Kyle Whittingham.

Isaac’s mom, Lisa, couldn’t hide her happiness after the announcement of his youngest son. “So proud of my handsome boy. All of the people that love Isaac as much as I do showed up to support”, she shared on Instagram.

While Zach Wilson is already started in the NFL, Isaac sent a message to football fans: “Everyone is like, ‘Oh, you are Zach Wilson’s little brother… Know me by me, I’m Isaac Wilson all right!”, he quoted to The Salt Lake Tribune in October.

So now, with the Utes… It’s “Isaac time”!