Sporting News ranks Isaac No. 6 in nation

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Days after Joliet Catholic running back Ty Isaac committed to the University of Southern California, Sporting News ranked the 2011 Sun-Times player of the year as the No. 6-ranked prospect in its Top 125 list released last week for the Class of 2013.

The website and its recruiting guru Brian McLaughlin went with another USC prospect as its No. 1: 6-foot-5, 205-pound quarterback Max Browne from Washington state.

Below is a screen shot of the Sporting News capsule on Isaac:

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