UConn and Boston College were the first two schools to verbally offer Class of 2013 tight end Andrew Isaacs and the talented prospect is taking a serious interest in both the Huskies and the Eagles.
Isaacs has already attended games at both schools early in the 2011 season.
"I went to UConn's game against Iowa State. They lost that game but it was real cool," he recalled. "We went into the locker room after (the game) to see how the coaches and players handled things. It was really good.
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"I went to BC's opener against Northwestern as well. I didn't get to go to the locker room afterwards because we had to leave early. We had a game the next day. It was cool, though."
Those two schools have had a good amount of contact with the 6-foot-3, 230-pound tight end throughout the recruiting process.
Lately he has been talking to coaches from Miami, Florida and Vanderbilt. He has been contacted by Arkansas, Notre Dame and Iowa as well.
"Later this year me and my coach are going to try to get to the Florida State-Boston College game. We were supposed to go to the Maryland-Miami game but the weather got real bad and we couldn't go."
Manchester, Isaac's high school team in Connecticut, lost their first game but has since improved. In the second game Isaacs caught four balls with two as touchdowns.