Four-star tight end, Josh McNeil, has finally narrowed down his list of schools that have offered him to 12, and Oregon remains one of the two Pac-12 schools remaining.
The 6-foot-5, 240-pound athlete from Durham, North Carolina, has had offers blown up his way throughout the month of April. 23 schools have officially given him an offer, and the list was finally cut today to the current number. California remains as the other Pac-12 school, but according to 247sports, no school in that conference remains on his preferred list.
Alabama is the highest school on McNeil’s list, followed by Florida, Miami (FL), Notre Dame, and Ohio State. Not surprising, as he’s considered one of the top 10 tight ends (number five on Scout) on many recuriting services, except ESPN. The other schools that have given him an offer are Clemson, Georgia, North Carolina State, South Carolina, and Tennessee. LSU remains on his list, but they haven’t given him an offer.
McNeil is expected to announce his decision during “The Opening,” a Nike summer camp that’s held in Beaverton, Oregon, this summer. He has also been added to the roster of the 2013 Under Armor All-American game on Wednesday.