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Isaac Asiata

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School Interest Offer Visit Recruited by
UtahCOMMITTED (01/22/2010)Offered12/10/2010Jay Hill
BYUNoneNoneBrandon Doman
Miami (FL)NoneNone
USCNoneNoneJames Cregg
Utah St.NoneOfferedNone
WashingtonNoneOfferedNoneDan Cozzetto

Scouting Report on Isaac Asiata

by Barry Every - 06/03/2010
  • SpeedDivision I Player
  • SizeBlue Chip
  • StrengthBlue Chip
  • AgilityDivision I Player
  • Foot QuicknessDivision I Player
On the Hoof: Asiata has an excellent power base and the legs of an offensive guard at the next level. His body structure is similar to Carneal Ainsworth at LSU.
Needs Improvement: Asiata has to improve his lateral movement, which is a tad slow right now. He also must remember to keep his feet moving while engaged with a defender. Improving hip and knee flexibility will enable him to get into his pass set quicker.
Most Impressive: He has the size and strength to compete early. Asiata excels as a smash-mouth run-blocker, and his size is ideal for an offensive guard.
Conclusion: Hampered with a slight knee injury during the end of his junior year, he should return to full strength, which will improve his mobility. Asiata has the size and toughness to compete early. The big question is how quickly he can learn the position.

Barry Every is a Football Recruiting Analyst for Rivals.com. He has worked in the recruiting offices for Mark Richt at the University of Georgia, Bobby Bowden at Florida State University and Mack Brown at the University of North Carolina