With the sports world at a standstill cause of the coronavirus, getting the chance to go out and watch up and coming prospects in the 2022 class is only one of the many things we’re missing in the world of college football recruiting.
With this, FirstStarFootballReport.com is starting to reach out to some of the younger prospects you may not know about yet.
One such prospect is Cincinnati (Ohio) Colerain receiver Isaiah Myers, a 6-foot-4, 190-pound prospect to watch.
“I can’t wait for football and school to start back,” said Myers. “This has been one of the most boring times of my life and I never thought it would go this far.”
While Myers and his teammates would love to be working together towards another successful season, he understands he can only control certain things in life.
However, he’s excited about some of the early interest he’s seen on the recruiting front.
“I’m a wide receiver but they had me a little at tight end at the beginning of the season,” he said. “I didn’t play it in a game but know I might grow into a tight end.
“I’ve had a few coaches talk with me like Cincinnati and I like the idea of staying home and becoming a “Hometown Hero” at UC.
“Kerry Coombs from Ohio State used to be the head coach here and he talked with me about Ohio State.
“I have a few dream schools and Cincinnati is a program I’m looking to be involved with. However, I grew up liking Ohio State.”
FirstStarFootballReport.com first met Myers following the Cardinals season-opening win over Huber Heights Wayne and liked what the multi-sport prospect brought to the field.
Myers knows there is still much work to be done on the field.
“I feel my strength is my route running and being able to high-point the ball and win match-ups against defensive backs,” he said. “I know I need to keep working on my speed and flexibility along with adding weight and strength.”
As for what Myers likes to do besides football, he loves to compete in other sports.
“I like to play basketball,” he continued. “I was a starter on the basketball team and led the team in points this season. I was also planning to run track this spring but with school being out it’s been canceled.”
Watch Isaiah Myers in action with his HUDL highlights.