Isaac Wilson is returning to his family’s college football roots.

On Wednesday night, the Corner Canyon High quarterback, who is widely considered the second-best prospect in Utah in the class of 2024 behind teammate Isaiah Garcia, announced that he has committed to play for the Utah Utes.

Wilson’s father Mike played for the Utes from 1993-1994 and his family remained diehard fans of the team before all three of his older brothers — including New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson — played for BYU.

Isaac Wilson has been the most highly-touted recruit of the Wilson brothers, as he holds scholarship offers from Power Five programs all around the country.

In addition to the offers, Wilson is ranked by 247 Sports as the 14th-best quarterback prospect in the entire country in the class of 2024.

Last season for Corner Canyon — Wilson’s first as the Chargers’ starter — he threw for 3,772 yards with 40 touchdowns against 17 interceptions and ran for 694 yards and five touchdowns.

The timing of the 6 foot, 190-pound Wilson’s commitment is somewhat interesting, as just last week he announced that he was still considering six schools — UCLA, Arizona State, Utah, BYU, Oklahoma State and Arizona — giving the impression that it may be a while before he announced his commitment.

That said, before Wednesday’s announcement he was one of just two quarterbacks in 247’s top 30 in the class of 2024 who was not yet committed to a school.

“2x (Pac-) 12 champs, seems like all they do is win,” Wilson told On3’s Hayes Fawcett last week when breaking down his final six schools.

“It’s just right down the street to my family and friends. Coach Ludwig runs a clean cut offense that really shows their relations to the next level.”

Wilson becomes the fourth player to commit to the Utes as part of their 2024 recruiting class, joining junior college transfer defensive lineman Vili Taufatofua, Alabama high school defensive lineman Isaia Faga and California high school safety Jeilani Davis.

While the Utes traditionally start each recruiting cycle slowly before adding a bunch of commits after the season ends in the fall, getting a commitment from a quarterback often helps build momentum for teams in their recruiting efforts.