He's another prospect flying under the radar and is still awaiting his first offer. He's interested in several instate schools, but is hoping to get a serious look from Tallahassee soon.
"I haven't had much contact with Florida State yet, but I'm hoping I can show them I'm worth the offer. I like the school, and the team is on the rise," Cunningham stated.
In order to get FSU's attention Neally is putting in the extra time this off season, both in the weight room and doing several camps.
"My off season plans are to get better in the weight room first off. I will be attending a few camps, hopefully FSU's, and my team looking to participate in 7on7 tournaments this summer as well," he said.
Cunningham said he's unsure about when he's planning on making his college choice, but doesn't rule out an early commitment if he feels right.
"I will commit when I feel I'm ready, once the offers come in I'm going to really have to sort everything out. I've got a 2.6 GPA right now and I'm taking the ACT this spring. I have signed up for the SAT yet, but I plan to do so pretty soon. I know if I get my grades right that'll help me with my offers," Cunningham replied.
Last season Neally finished with 32 receptions for 559 yards and nine touchdowns, coupled 13 rushes for 93 yards with three scores as a dual threat on offense.