This weekend one of Georgia's top players took an unofficial visit to Florida State to watch…
GA DE Sets FSU Visit
McNeil, who has seen both Georgia and Florida State this fall, seems to be high on both the Dawgs and the Noles.
"Georgia is a real talented team," he said. "Florida State is a young, fast defense. Florida State was my favorite team growing up but I won't let that influence my decision."
The South Georgia standout is looking at three factors in terms of choosing a school.
"I'm looking for a school that will give me the best education possible and I want to play early. My mother will also be a factor."
Where does his mother want him to attend school?
"Florida State," he said.
He has already had two schools at house for an in-home visit. How did that go?
"Coach Summers from Louisville was here and so was Coach Allen from Florida State," he said. "Coach Allen is a good person and I want to see what he can on the field."
McNeil was in the stands in Jacksonville for the ACC Championship game. What were his thoughts on the game?
"It was intense," he said. "Florida State was a big-underdog and it was a good win for their program."
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