Brandt-Sims stays wide open

Isaiah Brandt-Sims is steadily picking up offers, taking as many unofficial visits as possible and not rushing his decision.
The Wenatchee, Wash., all-purpose back is a spectacular athlete who already has seven offers and many other programs are showing interest.
Because of his superior athleticism, college coaches have told him they can use him in many ways - and on both sides of the ball.

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"Most of the schools are saying I can be universal and be used as a running back, a slot wide receiver and some of them are even saying I could play cornerback or safety," Brandt-Sims said. "It's a big variety.
"My position doesn't really matter as long as I get to play."
So far, Brandt-Sims has landed offers from Arizona State, Colorado State, Harvard, Idaho, SMU, Washington and Wyoming.
The 5-foot-11, 178-pound prospect has already visited Washington, Washington State and Cal, he's going to UCLA and Idaho soon and he's planning a few trips later in the summer as well.
With so much happening, Brandt-Sims said his recruitment remains wide open.
"Right now I'm just trying to stay really open," Brandt-Sims said. "I'm going to as many junior days as I can and just checking out all these colleges so I can meet all the coaches."
Another important factor for Brandt-Sims is that he's a track star so playing two sports in college is a priority. But since every college recruiting him said it wouldn't be an issue, that won't factor too much into his decision-making process.
"It's not that big," Brandt-Sims said.
"Most of the colleges that have offered me, I think all of them, said I can do both sports. It's not a super big deal but it would be nice to do both."