At all three positions he excelled, though it was running the ball where he made the biggest impression. As the Gators' premiere runner Neal tallied nearly 930 yards on the ground while crossing the goal line 10 times.
Neal is described as a very fast yet deceptively strong runner who has been timed running a 4.4 forty while being able to max out on the bench press at 255 pounds, 365 on the squat, while power cleaning a remarkable 245 pounds.
After seeing the tape and hosting him for Junior Day, the Blue Devils have jumped in as the first program to offer him a scholarship, but don't expect Neal to be an early commitment.
"Duke offered me, and I went there for junior day," Neal told TDD. "I'm also getting interest from NC State, South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland, Clemson, Alabama, and Wake Forest."