Isaac TeSlaa - Football - Arkansas Razorbacks

#4 Isaac TeSlaa

WR | *Sr | 6-4 | 216 | Hudsonville, Mich. | Unity Christian / Hillsdale College

2023 (SENIOR): Started all 12 games in his first season at Arkansas, catching 34 passes for 351 yards and two touchdowns … Led the team with eight contested catches according to Pro Football Focus and finished second on the squad in receptions and yards … No drops in 64 targets according to PFF … Caught at least one pass in all 12 games … Debuted as a Razorback with three catches for 66 yards and a score vs. Western Carolina (Sept. 2) … Caught three passes for 51 yards vs. Kent State (Sept. 9) … Hauled in a season-best four passes for 26 yards vs. BYU (Sept. 16) … Three catches for 31 yards at LSU (Sept. 23) … Held to one catch vs. Texas A&M (Sept. 30) and at Ole Miss (Oct. 7) … Racked up 25 yards on four catches at Alabama (Oct. 14) … Caught two passes for 11 yards vs. Mississippi State (Oct. 21) … Snagged four passes for 31 yards in win at Florida (Nov. 4) … Hauled in his second TD of the season vs. Auburn (Nov. 11), catching three passes for 32 yards … Matched his season-best for the fourth time with four catches for 37 yards vs. Florida International (Nov. 18) … Caught two passes for 34 yards vs. Missouri (Nov. 24).

At Hillsdale College
2022 (JUNIOR): Named the Great Midwest American Conference Offensive Player of the Year and team MVP after hauling in 68 passes for 1,325 yards and 13 touchdowns … Earned All-American Honorable Mention recognition from Don Hansen Football Committee … Caught at least one pass in all 11 games for Hillsdale while recording seven 100-yard receiving games and averaging 120.5 yards per game … Opened the season with seven catches for 157 yards and a pair of scores in win at Lake Erie (9/3) … Followed up with a career game in win over Walsh (9/10), posting career-bests in receptions (8), yards (189) and touchdowns (3) … Caught five passes for 49 yards and a score in a loss to Truman (9/17) … Matched his career-best with eight receptions at Missouri S&T (9/24), catching a TD pass for the fourth straight game with two scores and 177 yards … Racked up 85 yards on six catches at Kentucky Wesleyan (10/1) but was held out of the end zone for the first time during the 2022 season … Had only one reception for 55 yards against Tiffin (10/8) … Caught seven passes for 96 yards and a TD at Northwood (10/15) … Posted his first of four straight 100-yard games with six receptions for 107 yards and two touchdowns against Findlay (10/22) … Tallied six catches for 116 in win over Ashland (10/29) … Snagged a pair of scores on six catches for 146 yards against Michigan Tech (11/5) … Matched his career-best for the third time during the season with eight receptions for 148 yards at Ohio Dominican in season finale … Transferred to Arkansas following the season in order to participate in spring practice.

2021 (SOPHOMORE): Had a breakout season for the Chargers, seizing a starting job in the second week of the season and finishing the year as Hillsdale’s leader in receptions (45), receiving yards (698) and receiving touchdowns (7) to earn second-team all-conference … Finished fourth in the Great Midwest American Conference in receiving yards and third in touchdown catches with fewer catches than any other player in the top eight of either category (45) … Recorded his first career 100-yard game with 166 yards and a score on nine catches against Indianapolis (9/11) … Earned G-MAC Offensive Player of the Week honors after hauling in three touchdown passes and recording the eighth-most receiving yards in school history with 193 yards against Findlay (10/23) … Named the team’s Outstanding Offensive Back following the 2021 season.

2020-21 (FRESHMAN): Saw action on special teams before earning a spot in the starting lineup midseason as a true freshman … Finished second on the team in total receiving yardage (93) and led the Chargers in yards per catch (18.6) in just three games … His 51-yard reception against Ohio Dominican (4/24) was Hillsdale’s longest offensive play from scrimmage in the Spring 2021 season, and his 69 yards against the Panthers were a team best during the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Led Unity Christian to a MHSAA Division 5 state title in 2018 and a Division 4 semifinal appearance in 2019 as the team’s QB … Also starred on the hardwood for the Crusaders, winning the 2018-19 Division 2 state championship … Earned OK Green All-Conference honors in both 2018 and 2019, and was named first-team All-State in Division 4 in 2019 … As a senior, ran for 1,139 yards and 14 touchdowns with 448 yards passing and 10 more touchdowns … Won a Division 2 regional championship in the long jump in 2019, setting the Unity Christian school record with a distance of 22’ 3.75” … Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Unity Christian with a 4.0 GPA.

PERSONAL: Son of Mark and Stephanie TeSlaa … Has three sisters – Maddie, Ellie and Josie … Father played wide receiver at Hillsdale (1992-96), earning team MVP honors in 1996 … The Athletic named him one of the top available transfers out of Hillsdale College … TRANSFERRED TO ARKANSAS OVER: Arizona, Baylor, Colorado, Houston, Iowa, Iowa State, Miami, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Purdue, Texas A&M, Wisconsin, among others.