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Charger Isaac Wilson Named Gatorade Utah Football Player of the Year

Since its inception in 2009, Canyons District has cheered 20 big wins in Gatorade’s annual selection of the best prep athletes in seven sports. This year is no exception as Corner Canyon quarterback Isaac Wilson becomes the fourth Charger — and seventh CSD student — to earn the prestigious title of Gatorade Utah Football Player of the Year.


The award from the sports-drink company recognizes the top athletes in the country for “excellence on the field, in the classroom and in the community,” and further distinguishes Wilson as one of Utah’s best high school football players.  His stellar senior year also led to Wilson being selected as the state’s MaxPreps Player of the Year, a finalist for the national MaxPreps Player of the Year, and the Deseret News’ “Mr. Football.”  


The 6-foot game-maker helped the CCHS Chargers capture the 2023 6A state championship. This season, he passed for 4,595 yards and 49 touchdowns, completing 66.5 percent of his throws. Adding to his championship-ending year, he ran for 1,304 yards, averaging 8.7 yards per carry and yielding 13 touchdowns.


Corner Canyon head coach Coach Eric Kjar, who was picked to be part of the coaching staff at this week’s Under Armor All-America Game, says “Isaac deserves all the success that comes his way. He’s a very hard worker and leader. His example as a captain on our team was vital to our success.” 


Wilson’s family is no stranger to the gridiron. Isaac’s older brother Zach, a former quarterback for the CCHS and Brigham Young University, was the No. 2 pick in the NFL draft in 2021. Wilson’s other two brothers, Josh and Micah are linebackers for BYU. 


Isaac Wilson will be following in his father’s footsteps as he heads to the University of Utah to play for the Utes. Mike Wilson was a former Ute defensive lineman. 


Isaac Wilson is expected to join the Utes this month as an early enrollee, adding his talents to those of Cam Rising under Coach Kyle Whittingham. 


Wilson makes his mark off the field as well, donating to the Utah Food Bank and leading a schoolwide fundraiser to support those in need. He also volunteers with summer camps for youth players. As the Gatorade State Player of the Year, he will receive a grant to donate to a social impact partner. 


The list of CSD football Gatorade Player of the Year winners includes Chargers Jaxson Dart, Cody Hagen, and Cole Hagen; Alta Hawk Josh Davis; Jordan Beetdigger Austin Kafentzis; and Brighton Bengal Semi Fehoko. Since CSD’s founding in the 2009-2010 year, players from CSD schools have won the football Player of the Year award eight times. Kafentzis won it twice.


CSD student-athletes have been selected by Gatorade for their accomplishments in boys and girls soccer, track and field, girls basketball, baseball, and volleyball.  

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