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Zach Wilson's Brother is a Future Stud HS Quarterback


Zach Wilson has enjoyed a fantastic last few months. The former BYU Cougars quarterback played exceptionally well in 2020 and leveraged his success into becoming the second-overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

There's another quarterback in the Wilson family that fans need to get familiar with, too.

Isaac Wilson is part of the 2024 recruiting class, and will soon take the reins as the starter for Corner Canyon High School in Draper, Utah.

Young Isaac has only played a handful of snaps so far, but head coach Eric Kjar is excited about his potential.


Isaac Wilson Recruiting 

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To date, Isaac Wilson hasn't received any offers from college coaches, but that won't be the case for long.

Now that he is in control of his varsity team, NCAA programs from all across the country are going to give him long looks to see if quarterback talent runs in the family.


Isaac will get the chance to play with one of his brothers, linebacker Micah Wilson, who is a BYU signee in the 2022 recruiting class. Josh Wilson, another brother, is already on the Cougars.

Nothing is guaranteed, but it seems like Isaac may have his college football path set for him already.

Wilson has only thrown six passes for Corner Canyon, totaling 27 yards. He's entering a program that has gotten used to success recently. The Chargers have won 40-straight games in the regular season and playoffs and have been crowned state champs three years in a row.

Needless to say, the pieces are there for Wilson to bump up his stock.


Isaac Wilson has a long way to go in his football career. After all, he's only completed four passes in his entire high school tenure. Perhaps he can learn a thing or two from his brother about the art of playing quarterback.

If he can show mastery at the position, he'll more than likely have a home at BYU.

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