Neal Looking for the Right Combination

Forestview High School running back Moe Neal rushed for over 1,000 yardsand scored 27 touchdowns as a sophomore. The 2016 Gastonia, North Carolina recruit is gaining a lot of attention as a result that season.

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Neal recently visited one of the schools showing him attention. Moe and his family made the trip to Atlanta to visit Georgia Tech. “I loved the visit and my dad was very impressed.” The visit was an eye-opening experience for Moe and his family.

Moe was impressed with the city, the school, and the facilities. The indoor practice facility was one of the facilities that stood out to Neal. “Knowing one GT alum and their family helped in making that come true for Tech was just amazing.” Seeing all there is to do in Atlanta was also a big plus for Moe.

Georgia Tech Coach Bryan Cook let Moe know that he would be a great fit in their offense at the A Back position. Neal received an offer from Tech following the visit.

Coach Cook gave Moe an open invitation to come back for any of the Tech games this coming season. “I plan on coming back.” Neal hopes to attend the Clemson game or Duke games.

The visit to Tech was the last of the summer for Neal. "We start school a week from this Tuesday and fall practice has already started."

Even though he’s just getting ready to start his junior season, Moe has a good idea of which schools are showing him the most interest. "Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, NC State, and Duke are really showing me a lot of attention right now.” The other in-state schools are also keeping in touch with Moe.

LSU has been the dream school for Neal but he cautioned that if they offered that wouldn’t mean that he would go there. "The school I pick has to be the right combination of academics and football." Top Stories