"I thought it was very fun," Neville told Dawgman.com. "The coaches were awesome the practice environment really stuck out to me and the campus is beautiful."
Neville currently just a sophomore, but it seems as if we've been talking about Neville for quite some time. The reality is, we've been watching him since he was a seventh-grader and now that he's got a few years of varsity football under his belt, he's definitely a signal-caller to keep an eye on.
As a sophomore for Wilsonville this past fall, Neville completed just over 50% of his passes (125 of 248) for 1,902 yard with 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.
Neville is also a good runner as he accounted for 188 yards and two touchdowns while leading the Wildcats to a 7-5 record.
The Huskies have not offered the talented signal-caller, but he said that his meeting with the UW coaches, particularly Jonathan Smith went very well and that he's also getting a long look from Boise State as well.
Neville noted that he has no further plans to visit any schools this spring, but he will hit the camp circuit this summer and, with a good junior season, he should be on the radar of schools up and down the West Coast and likely further east as well.