“Isaiah is 100% committed to Nebraska,” Melvin Fluellen said about his son.
“Maryland and Nebraska both recruited me as a wingback,” Isaiah Fluellen said. “That is probably my best position. My strengths are my quickness and speed. I can open up the field and catch the ball pretty good.”
The 6-foot-1, 177-pound Isaiah Fluellen might be the best-kept secret in college football recruiting this season. The blue-chipper out of Ramstein American High School in Ramstein, Germany has compiled an impressive athletic resume while competing in both football and track in Europe. As a senior receiver this past fall, Isaiah caught 47 passes for over 600 yards and 11 touchdowns for Ramstein American High. He added 60 tackles and 4 interceptions from his free safety spot on defense.
“He was First Team All-Europe (Includes all American high schools) as a junior and senior at both defensive back and wide receiver,” Melvin Fluellen said. “He was the All Sports Athlete of the Year for American High Schools in Europe as a junior and is working his way toward that honor again this year.”