August Martin’s Isaiah Allen Picks Up D II Offer from Pace University Football.


Senior Isaiah Allen of August Martin Football (N.Y.) has received an offer from Division II Pace University, today he Tweeted.

Allen, a two-way standout, made 55 catches for 1002 yards and 13 touchdowns. He also had 239 yards and a score on 28 carries.

On special teams, Allen amassed 204 yards and scored a TD on six kickoffs returns. He also picked up 102 yards on six punt returns.

Defensively, the 5-foot-11, 160-pound prospect intercepted six passes — three of which were pick sixes — for 196 yards and three touchdowns. Additionally, Allen made 37 tackles (six for a loss), had three sacks, and forced three fumbles.

And he was 3-4 in passing with 66 yards and a two-point conversion.

Plus, Allen made All-State and 2nd Team Class B All-State.

As of now, August Martin Head Coach Kyle Allen, his dad, said they are hopeful for offers from D I Wagner and Division II Assumption, with D III SUNY Brockport showing solid interest.

LIU had offered in June, but the college’s football program recently fired its coach and the rest of the staff. So, they have to see where its offer stands as of now.

Pace posted a 2-8 overall record and went 2-6 in Northeast Conference 10 action this past season.

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— Jerry Del Priore

Note: August Martin senior quarterback Chris Davis went 4th Team All-State.

— Jerry Del Priore

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