Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL
WR

Isaiah Brevard

Wide Receiver
6′4″ / 190 lbs
Southaven, MS
Southaven
Class of 2021
Rating: n/a
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National Avg
Rating: 92.4
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School Preferences

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Official Visit
Oregon
Committed
7/4/2020
Baylor
None
Arkansas
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Auburn
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Duke
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Florida State
None
Georgia
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Kentucky
None
Louisville
None
Mississippi State
None
Missouri
None
Tennessee
None
Texas A&M
None
Tulane
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Junior Season

Updates

1 mo ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
Recruiting Notes: Updates on a few DE prospects, a WR and a new target in the 2021 class
Updates on top targets for Baylor's 2021 class
1 mo ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
The Return of Wide Receiver U? - Analyzing Baylor's latest commitments
Bears added three top wide receiver prospects in a week.
1 mo ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
New Baylor Offers
Sorry guys I was busy with a few other things yesterday so was not able to put up all the offers that went out yesterday so I will consolidate them here. I am still adding to it.2021WR Isaiah Brevard (Southaven, MS/Southaven)Been wanting this kid to be offered for a couple years now after I saw him in person back during his sophomore season.https://twitter.com/BrevardIsaiah/status/1258575388537753600?s=20https://www.hudl.com/video/3/10885058/5dd96a0bb018d70a702c399b2022Gunner Givens https://twitter.com/givens_gunner/status/1258529233959190528?s=20https://www.hudl.com/video/3/9936553/5df8ced05ef6b811b01495abJordan Hudson He will be on my top 50 for 2022 whenever we can get those lists up.https://twitter.com/d1Jordan3/status/1258466171336171521?s=20https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11568745/5e73cd86dfd9da1a9cb4f498Curlee Thomas https://twitter.com/CurleeIv/status/1258437016460591116?s=20https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11655764/5dc1ddbf5cb31e031c367ecfCJ Williams https://twitter.com/CJWilliams_03/status/1258511758236348416?s=20https://www.hudl.com/video/3/9740596/5dec90f1dfd85208c8d38896Davion Carter https://twitter.com/DavionCarter90/status/1258428497728614401?s=20https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11776154/5d63df43f55ffc09948ddd62
11 mo ago by Brian Ethridge
Prime 21 Recap
I was going to do an article, but this is easier to engage with everyone on. First off, this camp is the best camp of the year, in my opinion. Elite talent, small groups, only skill positions, plenty of coaching, and tons of competition. Getting to see these kids work with former and current NFL-All Pros and Hall of Fame members is interesting. Some don't even know who the guys are until they are introduced by the Under Armour reps and the lights go on. Under Armour also is receptive to media. They outline where you can stand, they allot time for us to talk to recruits, they feed us, and give out updated rosters if kids don't come or change numbers. Quarterback: Behren Morton has a quick release and strong arm. He's skinny, but what do you expect from a kid that hasn't entered his Junior year yet. He's 6-2ish and you could see the speed of the game picking up for him. Morton's dad is a coach and he resembles a taller Briles. He's aware of which schools are recruiting which QBs and he seemed perplexed by A&M continuing to recruit Behren while having Eli Stowers committed. He also said Tech told him Behren was the only QB Tech had offered. Dematrius Davis is thicker and more polished than Morton at this stage. He's been playing a more competitive level of football, and knows the game. Baylor would take either, but Davis is less worried about Stowers being committed to A&M. Shedeur Sanders looked better than he did in the past, but he's not on the level of Morton or Davis.Running Back:I never really got a chance to watch them a ton, but it was interesting to see Jaden Hullaby there and not be able to pull away from 2021 and 2022 DBs and LBs. Emeka Megwa has a little bit of a speech impediment and is shy, but wow, he looks good.Wide Receiver:Isaiah Brevard was the best kid there. Don't care what anyone says. He caught everything but a two point conversion that may have been tipped to tie for the championship game. He's not committed to anyone and maybe he wants out of Mississippi. He needs an offer.Blaine Green looked talented and ready to compete. Bryson Green didn't have as good of a day. I'm not sure I saw Bryson catch a ball. Blaine caught everything thrown his way. I tried to catch up to both, but I believe they left early.Never really noticed Cody Jackson doing anything in the event.Landen King looked great. Not the fastest, but used his big body to shield off DBs.Armani Winfield is so smooth and controlled for a 2022. Jaedon Wilson had some drops and his brother Dontre Wilson ripped him a new ass. He did better as the day went on and said McGuire was his guy.Malik Nabers may be coming to see Baylor soon. His coach was impressed with Baylor coming into Louisiana and he loves Jalen Celestine. Said Baylor stole that kid.Quaydarius Davis didn't do much at the event that I remember. Him being a 96+ and Brevard being a 90 is a head scratcher.Linebackers:There were five linebackers and I'd rate them like this as I spent about 30 minutes watching them.Derrick Harris Jr is legit. He's going to kill it for someone and he likes Baylor. Said he'd try to make it Saturday. He's long, moves well, and just has a nose for the ball.Clayton Smith has the size and is raw. Surprised Baylor hasn't offered, but you never know what they may have seen, but you can see he's long, skinny, and needs a sandwich, but is still 200+ and 6-3. His hips are a bit tight.Jordan Crook needs to grow, but he's a taller Taylor Young at this point and if he gets to 6-1 he'll be a MLB with great lateral movement and size for this 2022.Kobie McKinzie is a 2022 headed to DE if he continues to get taller and DT if he continues to eat. He's got a trunk on him and will only get bigger as he ages.Rejhan Tatum of Del City didn't have the feet or speed of the others.Defensive Backs:This is a Deion Sanders event and defensive backs are a premium and today was not a disappointment for those that like defensive backs and Baylor should almost offer any that meet their requirements.Romario Noel is 6-2.5 196 and Baylor is his only offer and he loves Baylor. He is explosive and long. Good kid, strong in press and zone. If he's not able to play CB, he's going to be a great safety or linebacker. Jimmy Wyrick is 5-9 to 5-10, but he can cover. Great competitor.Denver Harris is going to be so good. He's still figuring it out, but just a great set of tools.Avyonne Jones looked good, but needs to grow.Kavian Gaither got a ton of praise from his position coach to me while talking with him after to see who stood out.Chase Lowery out of Frisco has some talent and recently camped at BU. Talked with his father and he said they hope to hear from the Bears.Kaine Williams is freaky big and going to be a huge safety.Kaleb Higgins is thin, but so good. He's athletic and long. Baylor is on him, but wasn't able to catch up to him.Questions?
1 yr ago by Grayson Grundhoefer
Interstate Update: Around the Big 12 and Texas Recruiting
The Big 12 and the players in the great state of Texas continue to push through the recruiting process. Each week SicEm365's Grayson Grundhoefer highlights some of the key recruiting developments.
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Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

80-89: Quality prospect (Three-star)

Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

70-79: Solid prospect (Two-star)

Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.
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