Weston (Fla.) Cypress Bay offensive guard Daniel Isidora is a tough man to miss on the football field, checking in at 6-foot-3, 330 pounds. The interior lineman who has good feet and a lot of potential, has landed five early verbal offers.
"Wisconsin, N.C. State, Tulsa, Washington State, and Michigan have offered me," Isidora said. "I am also hearing from Miami and FSU."
"I have talked to a lot of, almost all of their coaches," Isidora added about the schools.
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One school in particular has thrown a pitch Isidora's way that really caught his attention.
"Wisconsin said they don't have that much returning from my class, so they need guys," Isidora said. "They only have like four guys returning when my class would get there."
Earlier this year, Isidora made the short trip to Coral Gables to check out the Miami Hurricanes. He liked what he heard from Al Golden and saw at the school.
"(Golden) just talked to us about the things we need to get done in order to earn a scholarship, like the clearinghouse and such," Isidora said. "We then watched a basketball game. We also got to basically walk around the entire school, so that was nice."
Also during that visit, and since that visit, Isidora has been in contact with offensive line coach Art Kehoe at Miami.
"I have talked to him a couple of times," Isidora said. "He actually wants me to go back to a one-day camp in May. I am going to try to do that."
Outside of his one-day camp at Miami, Isidora did not know of any other visit plans.
When he does hit the road to check out his options and try to find the right place for him, he said he is looking for a school with good academics and good football facilities.