4-Star WR Visiting Clemson

This four-star wide receiver will be in Clemson this weekend for his official visit. Do the Tigers have a realistic chance to land him? Read on to find out!

WR BrYce McNeal Profile

Four-star receiver Bryce McNeal will take an official visit to Clemson this weekend along with his family.

"Yes I am coming to Clemson this weekend," he told CUTigers.com in an interview Monday night. "I am bringing my mom, dad and my aunt. It will be my last visit."

What does the Minnesota native hope to see in Tigertown this weekend?

"I want to see the school. I want to see the atmosphere and how things work at Clemson," replied McNeal.

Clemson's new wide receivers coach Jeff Scott recently visited with the prize recruit.

"I like him a lot. He is a real cool guy. I wouldn't mind playing for him. He cares about his players. He wants to make sure you graduate. That is my goal," said McNeal.

When asked who his current leader is, McNeal responded, "I don't have one. Everyone is pretty much in it right now."

The timing for an announcement has not changed.

"I am going to announce my decision at the U.S. Army All American game," said McNeal.

What will be important when the All American selects his college destination?

"I just want to find a place that feels like home. I will want my family to be okay with the school," replied McNeal.

Distance will also not be a factor for the four-star receiver.

"It doesn't matter how far it is. If my mom and dad are okay with the school the distance won't matter," said McNeal.

McNeal is currently ranked as the No. 27 wide receiver in the country according to Scout.com.

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