Great news from Yakima where A.C. Davis High School’s Isaiah Walter has picked up an offer from Idaho State University.
This is the first offer for the two-way standout and brought great joy to everyone involved.
“It is a great honor,” Walter told Northwest Elite Index. “It means a lot to me and my family and everyone is so excited about this offer from Idaho State because football has been such a big part of our family for the last 10 years.
“The whole A.C. Davis HS community was so excited about this news of the Idaho State offer today for me.”
The 5-foot-11, 185 pounder hadn’t heard a ton from Idaho State, but things really started about a month ago, before this morning’s offer.
“They talked with my head coach Rick Clark yesterday,” Walter said. “Then [Idaho State] Coach [Mike] Kramer emailed me this morning with the offer news.
“They are coming to Davis next Monday morning to meet with me. Hopefully we get everything worked out then. I would like to have this all sorted out soon.”
Walter has stayed patient in his attempt to earn an offer. He has sent film around and really let his body of work speak for itself. He was recently named the Big 9 Conference MVP after finishing with over 1,100 total yards while playing a variety of positions on offense, 92 tackles and 3 INTs on defense.
The Bengals of Idaho State are known for a high powered offense and Walter would fit in nicely at WR, but he says they have expressed the most interest for him on the defensive side of the ball at Free Safety.
Walter has yet to visit Idaho State, but says he hopes to plan his visit when the Bengal coaches visit him in Yakima next week.
We will keep you updated on Walter as we head towards National Signing Day in February.