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Name: Isaac Darkangelo (Transfer from Northern Michigan)
College: Illinois     Number: 38
Height: 6-0   Weight: 230
Position: ILB  Pos2: OLB/ST
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.72
   40 Time: 4.81
  40 High: 4.90

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Weight: 230

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 Data Scout Notes: Transfer from Northern Michigan...2019: 2ndC



 Isaac Darkangelo, Illinois, Player News


  Isaac Darkangelo leaned into a family maxim when he decided to transfer from Northern Michigan. The 6-foot-1, 230-pound linebacker had already carved out a starring role at Division II Northern Michigan. He totaled 60 tackles in 10 games as a true freshman, and his 105 tackles in 10 games as a sophomore ranked him second in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. But Darkangelo always dreamed of playing football in the Big Ten. He grew up in Big Ten country in Brighton, Mich., which is situated north of Ann Arbor and in between East Lansing and Detroit. Darkangelo also had the confidence he could compete at that level.

So he entered the transfer portal. Former Illinois coach Lovie Smith took a chance on the All-GLIAC Second Team linebacker as a walk-on. Darkangelo had his Big Ten opportunity. "One big thing in my family is to have no regrets in whatever you do," Darkangelo said Wednesday afternoon after the Illini wrapped up another training camp practice ahead of their Aug. 27 opener against Wyoming. "Honestly, I knew if I didn't take the chance on myself, I would regret it for sure...My biggest motivation was I didn't want to let my family down. I always wanted to play in the Big Ten - I knew I could - and I wanted to come here and prove myself." Darkangelo had to wait for the opportunity to prove himself. He sat out the 2020 season after transferring. Then came the coaching change from Smith to Bret Bielema. Darkangelo's fortunes ultimately weren't hurt. He earned a scholarship last fall, played in all 12 games and wound up one of the top-rated special teams players in the Big Ten. - News Gazette Tribune


(DS#71 ILB) rSr/2023 ILB Isaac DarkangeloIllinois
News Source: News Gazette Tribune
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  2019 ALL-GLIAC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Isaac Darkangelo, Northern Mich., So, LB, Brighton, Mich.,...Darkangelo was named to the Second Team as a linebacker and finished second in the league with 10.5 tackles per game and was just one of two players in the league to average double figure tackles. He finished his season with 105 tackles and also added two sacks and 8.5 tackles for loss.

The linebacker reached double digits in six games and posted a career high 17 tackles at Northwood. He added 14 tackles with Wayne State University and had 13 tackles at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin and Ferris State University. At FSU, he also recovered a fumble. - Northern Michigan Football


(DS#71 ILB) rSr/2023 ILB Isaac DarkangeloIllinois
News Source: Northern Michigan Football
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