"UT-Martin offered me," said Isaac. "They want to come up there and see the campus and meet with the coaches.
"I am going to take an official visit up there this weekend."
Isaac was set to visit Delta State today, but transportation issues prevented that visit from taking place.
The Natchez High alum will graduate on Wednesday and then take a flight to the Volunteer state on Friday.
Isaac enrolled at Co-Lin without a D1 offer. Now he has scholarship offers from seven four year programs.
"My high school coach told me that there is more than one way to count to ten," said Isaac. "Some people do it by ones and others by fives.
"It just takes some people longer to get there.
"That's sort of how getting to the next level was for me. I had to do a little something extra, but I am ready to get there now."
Isaac is still considering all of his options and is unclear about which direction he will go in the coming days.