Player Primer: Isaiah Lee

College Coaches: If you’d like his contact info please reach out to me at or DM me @lemminginsider.

Nazareth’s 2018 DL Isaiah Lee has multiple FBS and FCS offers in hand with many more schools interested. We discussed his busy visit/camp schedule, how he dominates the line of scrimmage and FBS programs showing serious interest in him.

Isaiah Lee

Defensive Tackle
LaGrange, IL
GPA: 2.98
Commitment status: Undecided
Twitter: @isaiah_lee99
Ht: 6’2″
Wt: 297 lbs
Class: 2018

LPI: What are you going to do to take your game to the next level this offseason? Are you playing any other sports?

IL: I have a variety of pass rush moves that I still need to work on to take my game to another level.

LPI: You currently have offers from Colorado State, Central Michigan, Ball State and North Dakota State to name a few. What skill set can you bring to the table for a college football program?

IL: Those colleges and who ever else decides to take a chance on me are going to get a physical and dominate Defensive Tackle that can pass rush like no other advanced college player and also dominate the line of scrimmage.

LPI: Besides the schools that have offered, which schools have shown serious interest in you?

IL: Wyoming, Purdue, Mizzou and Wisconsin.

LPI: Where have you visited most recently and do you have any planned visits or camps/showcases set?

IL: I visited Purdue and loved it there. I plan on camping there and also plan on camping at Illinois as well as a few instate satellite camps just because it’s convenient from the schools that are showing interest like Arkansas, Wyoming, Illinois, Purdue, Wisconsin, Syracuse, Mizzou.

LPI: On or off the field, how do you demonstrate leadership or go the extra mile for your teammates?

IL: Off the field I show leadership by being respectful and kind to teachers and students making everyone’s day with me full of laughs and joy, but on the field I show that you have to be a mean and dominant player; there are no nice guys in football. I teach them the basics to being a great DL (Getting off the ball, vision on where the ball is, hips, first step, violent hands and just being physical at the point of attack)

LPI: Who are some of your teammates or training partners that you believe can play at the next level, but have gone overlooked by college coaches?

IL: Wesley Lones is by far one of if not the best 2018 LBs in the state of Illinois. The way he plays is so smooth and his reactions are so quick. Wes is a dominant and selfless player that will play anything the coaches ask him to play.