A kid with one of the coolest names in the WPIAL has made his college decision.
Washington's Isaiah Schoonmaker verbally committed to Miami (Ohio) earlier this week. He chose the RedHawks over offers from Toledo, Temple, Kent State and Ohio.
Schoonmaker, a rising senior, was a two-way star for Wash High his junior season. He primarily played wide receiver on offense and linebacker on defense. Schoonmaker (6-2, 190) had 38 catches for 395 yards and six touchdowns. He was also one of the team's leading tacklers. He was named all-Century Conference and helped the Little Prexies go 11-1 and reach the WPIAL Class 2A semifinals.
Schoonmaker is a three-sport athlete at Wash High. He was a starter on the basketball team and also competed in track and field.