Several offers have come in for D'von Isaac (Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta), and the 6-foot-5, 290-pound prospect could have more on the way. Memphis, Marshall, Bowling Green, FIU, Troy, Idaho and Utah State are the latest programs to extend scholarship offers to Isaac, and the schools are mostly undecided on where exactly the Peach State standout projects to at the next level.
"Schools are offering me on both sides of the ball," Isaac said. "I feel more comfortable playing defense right now because that is where I have played longer, so it comes more naturally to me."
The three-star prospect believes three major Southeastern Conference programs could be next to offer if he impresses over the next month.
"Alabama is really interested in me, as well as Florida and Georgia," Isaac said. "They said since I emerged late they want to see film from my first three games. I am just focusing on my school year and playing well this season."
Over the past six months, Isaac has worked with several trainers in an effort to become a better overall player. So far, Isaac believes his efforts have paid off.
"I think my strength, speed and ability to change directions has really improved,"Isaac said. "Coaches are going to see that I have gotten a lot better at getting off blocks as well as holding my own blocks downfield."
Last year Isaac starred for Henry County, but this fall he is a member of the Alpharetta football team. Isaac said the biggest adjustment was looking up into the crowd on Friday.
"It is very nice here," Isaac said. "The atmosphere for this game was more than I expected. A packed stadium with people standing up -- I did not expect that for the first home game."