USC Recruit Ty Isaac Injured In No. 10 Joliet Catholic's Opening Week Loss

Aug 21, 2012; Los Angeles, CA, USA; General view of the turf field in the basement of the John McKay center on the campus of the University of Southern California. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

USC recruit Ty Issac suffered a right shoulder injury Friday during No. 10 Joliet Catholic's 40-34 loss to Providence.

USC Trojans recruit Ty Issac suffered a right shoulder injury Friday after being tackled late in the first quarter of No. 10 Joliet Catholic's nationally televised 40-34 loss to Providence.

Issac went for X-rays at halftime, but the belief is the running back did not suffer a fracture, Brian Hedger reported for the Chicago Sun-Times. Nonetheless, Issac may require an MRI next week to check for structural damage to the shoulder.

Issac left the game with 66 yards on six carries, including one for a 46-yard touchdown. He had another 32-yard touchdown called back due to a penalty.

A five-star recruit, Issac is ranked by Rivals.com as the third-best running back and 19th-best player overall in the 2013 class. He rushed for 2,114 yards and 45 touchdowns on just 178 carries his junior season.

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