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WR TE Career
- Second of the Cardinals second-round picks (62nd overall) in the 2019 NFL Draft out of Massachusetts, Isbella became the first UMass player ever drafted by the Cardinals. Just the second player in Cardinals history to come from UMass, joining RB Marcel Shipp (2001-07).
- Named a Biletnikoff Award Finalist and consensus first-team All-American in 2018 after leading the FBS with a single-season program-record 1,698 receiving yards, which were 288 more than the second-ranked player. Ranked second in the country with 102 receptions and tied for fifth with 13 TD catches.
- One of three WRs drafted by the Cardinals in 2019, all of whom ranked top-10 in receiving yards among FBS players last season – Isabella (first), Fresno State WR KeeSean Johnson (sixth) and Iowa State WR Hakeem Butler (tied for eighth).
- Totaled 231 receptions for a school-record 3,526 yards and 30 TDs in 44 games during his college career. Added 40 carries for 342 yards and two TDs, 23 kickoff returns for 443 yards and nine punt returns for 77 yards.
- Turned in one of the most productive games in college football history last season, catching nine passes for a single-game school-record 303 yards (most by an FBS player in 2018) and two TDs against Liberty. Only known player in FBS history with 300 yards on fewer than 10 catches.
- Played for Cardinals offensive quality control coach Spencer Whipple, who served as passing game coordinator/WR coach (2015-17) and passing game coordinator/QBs coach (2018) at UMass.