Danny Isidora is a professional football guard who is currently a free agent. He was released by the Falcons on October 11.
While a student at Cypress Bay High School, he played football. He made the decision to enrol in the University of Miami after high school. He took part in Miami Hurricanes’ collegiate football.
He wore a red shirt during his college freshman year. In 2014, he won the right guard position at the start of the game and kept it for the rest of his career. He was one of three guards chosen for the 2016 ACC second team after the season.
Isidora was chosen by the Minnesota Vikings with the 180th overall pick in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. In August 2019, the Miami Dolphins received him. In September 2020, the Kansas City Chiefs added him to the practice squad.
According to ESPN’s Freshman all-American accolades as a true freshman and a four-star recruit in Cypress Bay High School, Isidora was ranked as the 13th offensive guard and the 39th overall prospect in the state of Florida. Isidora then went to Wisconsin and Florida State after that.
Isidora began his college career by playing for Miami. He missed 10 games as a true freshman in 2013 due to a foot injury. Isidora has played in 13 games since then, starting all of them at right guard on the offensive line, contributing an average of 431.0 total offence yards per game in the 2014 season.
Isidora, a junior, helped his team later in the 2015 campaign to lead at 29 nationally in passing offence and was also awarded the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in 2015.
He was given a second-team coaches’ all-Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) distinction in 2016. Isidora declared after the conclusion of the 2016 season that he would be participating in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Who Are Danny Isidora’s Siblings?
In the meantime, information about Danny’s siblings is not available on our database.