4-star CB Isaac Taylor-Stuart: ‘Michigan Definitely Recruiting Me The Hardest’

    Four-star cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart says that of all the teams interested, Michigan is "definitely" recruiting him the hardest.

    March 24, 2017

    Four-star cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart says that of all the teams interested, Michigan is “definitely” recruiting him the hardest.


    Ask 4-star cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart what teams he’s looking at for possible college destinations, and he’ll rip off a murderer’s row of top-flight programs.

    “Alabama, USC, Washington, Notre Dame, Michigan, Oregon and Nebraska are … standing out to me. California too,” Taylor-Stuart told Scout recently.

    Anyone else?

    “Stanford hasn’t offered yet but I hope they do and possibly Florida,” Taylor-Stuart continued.

    As for the coaching staff from the aforementioned bundle of awesomeness that has turned on the sell harder than anyone:

    “I’d say that Michigan has definitely been recruiting me the hardest,” said Taylor-Stuart. “Coach (Don) Brown, Coach (Jay) Harbaugh especially. They want me to get out there soon.”

    To rehash, Taylor-Stuart’s list includes half of this past season’s CFP, the Orange Bowl Victors and the Rose Bowl champion, whose on the upswing, among others. Then again, such is to be expected with regards to the nation’s No. 4 cornerback and No. 25 overall player.

    Not fully grown, Taylor-Stuart might end up as a corner playing in a safety’s body. He possesses tremendous closing skills and, thanks to his size, the ability to jam receivers up at the line.

    In early February, Taylor-Stuart proclaimed that all teams are equal. And while he’s yet to tip his hand on if any leaders have emerged, he did say that come early summer, after taking a round of unofficial visits, he’ll release a top-five list. No doubt it’ll be a star-studded list.

    MORE: Evaluating Clemson’s Top-Flight Recruiting Prospects

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