WR BrYce McNeal Profile
McNeal, Scout.com's No. 27 wide receiver will choose between Oregon, Minnesota, Colorado and Clemson.
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McNeal visited Clemson officially last month, telling CUTigers.com afterwards, "It went really well. I liked the people. The city, Vickery Hall, and just the teammates in general. I saw lots of people I know can get along with."
McNeal, who is being recruited to Clemson by wide receivers coach Jeff Scott, also visited Colorado, Oklahoma, Oregon and Minnesota officially.
The four-star standout finished his junior season with 31 catches for 720 yards and nine touchdowns.
As a senior he recorded 41 receptions for 344 yards and a touchdown in seven games.
McNeal was interviewed by Scout.com earlier this week for the latest information on all of his top schools. You can view the video by clicking here.
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