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J.O. Johnson's Jeremy Isabelle has been plagued by injury during his career, but that hasn't stopped schools from taking a look at the 6-1, 180-pound cornerback. Isabelle missed all but one game in the 2007 regular season, but started both play-off games for the Jaguars. He reports the broken leg, "just fine."

"I'm not hearing from a lot of schools, but I was invited to Junior Day at Alabama, and I have talked to UAB a little bit," Jeremy Isabelle stated from his home in Huntsville, (Ala.).

"Me and DeMario McNeal were invited to Alabama to attend their Junior Day, so we went down there and had a look around. It was all pretty good. I liked the way everything was set up and the facilities were very nice."

"I talked to Coach Cignetti, and we went to the Bama-LSU basketball game where we got to talk to all the coaches."

Isabelle has played both sides of the ball at Johnson, and he discusses his position at the next level.

"I like playing wide receiver and corner, but everyone is looking for taller corners and everybody has tall receivers. So, I think my best chance is to play corner in college," Isabelle explained.

"I plan to go to as many camps as I can this summer. I'm going to go to camp at Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Georgia and UAB. I also hope to get invited to other junior days this spring too."

Isabelle's older brother, David Isabelle, signed with UAB February 6th. However, Jeremy is keeping all options open. will continue to update Jeremy Isabelle's recruitment throughout the year.

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