Where did Isaiah Mack attend college?

Isaiah Dwight Mack is an American football defensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League.

Mack was born on March 19, 1996, and now plays for the team (NFL). He attended Chattanooga, where he participated in collegiate football.

Mack was recognized as the best defensive player in Region 7-AAAA and was named to the first team of All-Region 7-AAAA.

During his junior year, he recorded 137 tackles, 30 for losses, and eight sacks, the highlight of which was a performance against Gilmer High School in which he made 30 tackles.

Mack received scholarship offers from Georgia Southern, Appalachian State University, Coastal Carolina University, and Georgia State University;

however, he ultimately decided to attend the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. During his time with the Chattanooga Mocs football team, Mack played for a total of five seasons.

The Associated Press placed him on their first team of All-Americans, while the Southern Conference named him their defensive player of the year for redshirt seniors.

As a senior, Mack recorded 78 tackles, 11 for losses, 8.5 sacks, two passes defensed, two forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery.

He also had two passes defensed and two forced fumbles. It was against the Cleveland Browns that he made his debut in the National Football League,

and it was against the Indianapolis Colts that he recorded his first sack. During his first season playing professionally,

he had eight tackles, one fumble recovery, and 1.5 sacks on his stat sheet. Mack was placed on waivers by the Titans on November 2, 2020, and the following day, he signed with the Oakland Raiders.

Where did Isaiah Mack attend college?

He went to Chattanooga University, where he also participated in collegiate football. Mack played college football for the Chattanooga Mocs for a total of five seasons,

including his freshman year as a redshirt. During his rookie year as a redshirt, he earned a starting position on the defensive line for the Mocs.