Former USC running back, Ty Isaac announced on Twitter that he will be transferring to Michigan. As a freshman for the Trojans last year, Isaac carried the ball 40 times and compiled 236 yards and two touchdowns.
I will be attending the University of Michigan this year
— Ty Isaac (@TyIsaac) June 5, 2014
Isaac is seeking a hardship waiver that, if granted, would make him eligible to suit up for Brady Hoke for the upcoming season. Isaac is a big (6-3, 225) powerful back and is also a good receiver out of the backfield. He will add some much needed versatility to the Wolverines offense.
Coming out of high school, (Joliet, Illinois) Isaac was a 5 star recruit and ranked the #4 running back in the country. Michigan was thought to be a front runner to secure a pledge from him before he opted to head out west to USC.
Isaac will enroll at Michigan and begin the process of applying for a hardship waiver.
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