Isaiah Dunn


Isaiah Dunn made his mark in the Antioch High School Football Program by being promoted to the varsity football team during his first year of high school his freshmen year. During his four seasons playing for the Panthers, he became the He became the #1 defensive back assigned to cover the opponents #1 wide receivers. As the shutdown defensive back, he led the Panthers Defensive Secondary to the 2015 Bay Valley Athletic League Championship, North Coast Section 1A Semi-Final Championship Game in 2015 and North Coast Section 1A Championship Game in 2016. He was selected 1st Team All Bay Valley Athletic League Defensive Back his junior year and senior year.

He was also an outstanding special team’s player who returned kick-offs and punts for the Panthers. One of his special team highlights was vs. De La Salle on a nationally televised game on ESPN 2 during his senior year. He returned a kick-off for a 90-yard touchdown that brought the sellout crowd to its feet as he sprinted to the end zone late in the 4th Qtr. Although the Panthers came up short in the final score to the North Coast Section perennial powerhouse, Isaiah Dunn and his teammate Najee Harris were standouts in the nationally televised game.

Following high school, Dunn accepted a football scholarship to Oregon State University where he was a four-year starter at defensive back. During his four seasons playing for the Beavers, he finished his collegiate career with 115 career tackles, 16 pass deflections and a forced fumble in 33 games played.

Dunn signed with the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent shortly after the conclusion of the 2021 NFL Draft. He played defensive back and special teams for the Jets during the 2021 NFL season. The Jets released him on August 2022. On August 31, 2022, the Seattle Seahawks claimed him off waivers. He played defensive back and special teams for the Seahawks during the 2022 NFL season