Zach Wilson and his brother Isaac
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Zach Wilson's Brother is Dominating the High School Landscape

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson has a younger brother, Isaac, who's dominating the high school landscape by not only winning games but also courting the opposing team's cheerleaders.

Isaac Wilson, a 4-star recruit, committed to the Utah Utes instead of his brother's alma mater, BYU. These schools are in-state rivals.

Isaac plays at Corner Canyon High School in Draper, Utah. He put up over 400 total yards against Lone Peak High School on Friday, November 3rd. During the game, he became the all-time leader in passing and total offense for the high school.

The Jets signal-caller's young brother passed Cole Hagen, a freshman at BYU right now, for the all-time records. Throughout his high school stint, Isaac has accumulated 8,051 passing yards and 9,803 total yards.

After the record-breaking win, Isaac ventured over to the Lone Peak cheerleaders. Once there, he revealed a T-shirt that read, "I love LP cheerleaders."

In the clip above, Isaac says, "Let it happen, baby. Let it happen," while revealing the shirt under his football attire.

While his young brother dominates the Utah high school football scene, older brother Zach was forced into action following Aaron Rodgers' Week 1 Achilles tear.

This season, Zach has completed 58.3 percent of his passes for 1,337 yards, five touchdowns and five interceptions. He has just 6.1 yards per attempt, and his average depth of target is just 7.8 yards. Zach has yet to top 245 passing yards in a game. He also has three games without a passing touchdown. Since Week 2, though, he has just one interception. The Jets are 4-3 and two games behind the Miami Dolphins for first place in the AFC East. They win games while allowing more points (129) than scoring (126).

It's possible we will witness both Wilsons playing in the NFL someday — we'll have to wait and see.

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