Catching up with Visitors had a chance to speak with commit David Neill and prospect Ryan Broyles about their upcoming visit to Lubbock to see the matchup between Texas Tech and the University of Texas. Come inside to find out what they had to say about their expectations for the trip.

Ryan Broyles is a highly recruited four star defensive back/wide receiver from Norman HS in Oklahoma.  Ryan is very talented on both sides of the ball, which is why he carries offers from so many schools.  Broyles has made two visits already, one to Texas A&M and one to Michigan State.  He will be attending the Texas Tech-UT game in Lubbock over the weekend.  Broyles stated, "I want to learn more about the city of Lubbock, what the school has to offer, and what the fans are like."  Ryan hopes to see a good game.  He did not list his favorites since he has not seen all of the schools that he wants to yet.

David Neill out of Marcus HS in Flower Mound, TX is a three-star defensive end/offensive lineman.  David is in very good shape, and could easily play on either side of the line.  He is visiting Texas Tech this weekend for the game against Texas.  Neill said, "I am most interested in getting a feel for Texas Tech's game," and also expressed that he would like a better understanding of how Tech plays and practices.  David is also "excited to see the facilities and experience the camaraderie" of the Red Raider football team.  He has given his verbal to Texas Tech.  Neill chose the Red Raiders over Kansas, SMU, UTEP, Utah, and Tulsa, who all offered him.

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