Breakdown: Adds to what will be an experienced offensive line in 2013…Has tremendous size and strength…Enters the 2013 season as the No. 1 right tackle on the depth chart…A tremendous athlete who is so versatile he even played defensive tackle as a freshman…Has played guard and tackle during his career at A&T…Aggies landed him over some Division I schools…Has great feet, outstanding reach and his strength at the point of attack is excellent…His wingspan is an impressive 104 inches…Can bench 225 pounds 20 times and his max on the bench is 355 pounds…Over the spring, his 335-pound power clean is tied for second highest on the team…His 510-pound squat max is the fourth highest among offensive linemen…Has played 31 games with 20 starts.
2012 Season: Played in 11 games with seven starts…Made all seven starts at the right tackle position…Played 592 snaps on the season…Graded out well in a 38-10 win over Howard on Oct. 13 when the Aggies ran the ball 44 times for 242 yards and three touchdowns…A&T also had 11 rushing first downs in the contest…Played a key role in the Aggies’ 17-7 win over S.C. State as the Aggies ran the ball 50 times for 250 yards and a touchdown…A key block by Isles helped Ricky Lewis score on a 34-yard touchdown run.
2011 Season: Started all 11 games…All 11 starts came at the right tackle position…Played more snaps than any other offensive lineman with 717…Showed excellent discipline and committed very few penalties on the season.
2010 Season: Played in nine games with two starts…Made both of his starts as a defensive lineman…Started the first game of his career as he made one tackle against Winston-Salem State on Sept. 4…Made eight tackles with two tackles for loss…Also made 1.5 sacks during the season…Made his second start of the season against Tennessee State in the Circle City Classic on Oct. 2.
High School: The Atlanta native played under Gregory Minnis at Westlake…Isles was an All-Region performer as a senior…He earned the honor after recording four pancake blocks per game.