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IMO without question Marcell Harris is our best/most complete safety in this class RIGHT NOW (highest floor), but I LOVE Neal's upside...very well could end up being the best safety in this class/highest NFL draft pick by the time it's all said and done (highest ceiling).
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When he committed I didn't know who the heck he was but then watched his junior film and was very impressed. Since then he has been climbing up the rankings. Think he is going to do well in Gville.
Agreed kid will be a monster, wish he was an EE
LORD FORGIVE ME FOR THE GOON DADDY IS COMING OUT TONIGHT
What's weird is that he's built like a guy who would be best around the line of scrimmage, but Luke said he was better at UA when he played the free safety spot.
Either way, Neal is an example of how great of a talent evaluator Muschamp is. He had him locked up before Jimbo even knew who he was...
Absolutely. People have under appreciated how much our staff killed evals at our junior days.
Stars don't play football, goons do!
"You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."
With this staff, Junior Days and the days following them are even more exciting than NSD.
Last year's Junior Days was one of the most exciting non-season-Saturdays I've spent as Gator fan, even if half the guys eventually decommitted.
For speaking the gospel, upvote
You boys better hope there's an Ammonium Polyphosphate spill at this upcoming Junior Day.
I agree. I watched his film right after he committed and was most impressed with his physicality and incredible explosive power. I had him pegged as a downhill/box safety (while questioning his ability in coverage). Then the kid starts putting up impressive numbers on the spring combine circuit and you realize just how immense his athletic ability/upside is. Great burst, great speed, great agility...the physical ability is there. If he can take to the staff's coaching and become as comfortable in coverage as he is playing the run, he could easily become a first round draft pick. Neal, Rolin, and Sherit are the 3 "highest ceiling" guys in this class IMO.
Didn't he have a very underwhelming All Star Game and practices?
Neal had coverage issues if I recall. But was laying some licks just fine. More of a hitter in the box than a strong coverage guy.
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