Berean Christian HS
• Will enroll at Oregon State in January
• Three-year letterwinner for head coach James Hodgins
• Named first-team all-league in 2015, 2016 and 2017
• Rated three stars by both 247Sports and Rivals
• Holds the Berean Christian school record for career tackles (282), tackles for loss (70) and sacks (31.5).
• Tallied 98 tackles as a senior, collecting 33.5 for loss along with seven sacks
• As a junior, finished with 133 tackles, including 22 for loss. Finished with 12 sacks and 10 quarterback hurries
• Finished with 51 tackles his sophomore season, adding 15 for loss along with 12.5 sacks
• Born Oct. 26, 1999 in St. Louis, Mo.
• Intends to study business while at Oregon State
• Earned academic honor roll all four years in high school
• Brother of current Oregon State wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins
• Father, James, played collegiately at San Jose State and in the NFL for the St. Louis Rams, Arizona Cardinals and New York Jets from 1999-2006
• Chose Oregon State because "It's a college town, a compact campus, a chance to play early and an opportunity to get to play with my brother."
• Head coach James Hodgins: "Isaac is one of the hardest working, most determined players I've ever been around including my time in the NFL. He is extremely coachable, lightning quick and one of the two or three strongest guys I've seen in the weight room. He plays with a great motor and uses his hands very well to shed and elude blockers, all of which are important skills at the defensive line position. He is a National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete. He loves to learn and approaches his education as seriously as he does football. The quality which is most impressive to me is that Isaac is his own man, he is a leader and is not afraid to go against peer pressure or pave his own course in life. He is a champion and I think that's what OSU needs particularly right now, guys who know winning requires hard work and aren't afraid to put the hours in needed to be successful. Isaac is a two-time Diablo Athletic League Defensive MVP. He is the total package and OSU is getting a star player and an excellent student."