Everyone Has A Shot With Neal

The four-star athlete from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral, Davonte' Neal, whom UCLA has offered, said every school is in it for him...

Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral athlete Davonte' Neal is one of the busiest campers in the West in the class of 2012.

The receivers MVP at both the Stanford and Washington Nike Camps, we talked with Neal after his MVP performance in Seattle.

"I love coming out and competing and take what's mine," said Neal. "I've gotten two MVPs this year and they both mean a lot to me. It just shows how competitive I am. These events keep me competing with guys around the nation. I'm looking forward to The Opening and Gridiron Kings. I'm looking to go out and have fun and play with some guys around the country."

Neal said schools like him as a receiver and as a corner, and he's good for either side.

"Schools mix it up a little bit and really I'm open to either," said Neal. "I would tell them wherever they wanted me on the field, I'll play it. I love receiver, I love defensive back. I love playing both of them. And I know I still need work at them."

With a slew of offers from all over the country, Neal said every school has a chance.

"I have no leader, every school is the same," said Neal. "Every school has a chance for me."

His Chaparral teammate, Connor Brewer, has already committed to Texas and Neal said that Brewer isn't putting any pressure on him.

"Connor, he's with Texas, but he's not putting any pressure on me at all," said Neal. "He knows what it's like to go through it and he respects that."

Neal will be playing in the UnderArmour Game and said he will be deciding closer to Signing Day.

"I think I want to decide at my school, to show the respect to my school," said Neal.

Brandon is in his seventh year with Scout.com, currently as the National Recruiting Analyst and West Regional Manager. Prior to joining the Scout Recruiting Team, he was a team recruiting writer.  He's been covering recruiting for the Scout Network since 2003.
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