QB Tony McNeal Profile
Heavy winter weather caused several of his final exams at Chester High School to be delayed. But the Scout.com three-star, No. 30 ranked quarterback in the class of 2011 is finished.
"I'm just waiting for Clemson to get back to me," McNeal said. "I should hear back from them on either Thursday or Friday."
As soon as word is passed his way, he'll leave Chester to join fellow 2011 quarterback Cole Stoudt, who also enrolled early.
McNeal was in Clemson last weekend for his official.
"It was good. I got to hang out with some of the committed players and some of the guys that are looking at Clemson," he said.
During the trip, McNeal was able to spend time with Tiger offensive coordinator Chad Morris.
"It was good. I got to know what kind of offense he runs," McNeal said. "It's lots of four wide, they like to spread the defense, and one back. They like to get the guys in space so they can show their talent. It's good. It's kind of similar to the offense that I'm used to running. I thought it was good."
As a senior, he completed 157 of 282 passes for 2,125 yards with 21 touchdowns.
McNeal finished with finals
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