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No. 37 BECAUSE The No. 2 College-Football Recruit in the Country Is From Canarsie and Wears a SpongeBob Backpack.

BY AGE 10, Isaiah Wilson was five-foot-six, and thick. “I looked at his shoulders and said, ‘He looks like a little linebacker,’” says his mother, Sharese Wilson. The parents of other children saw the same thing, and, worried about the damage he might do to their kids, forced Wilson

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