TE McNeil's personal March Madness 

March, 9, 2012
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Tight end Josh McNeil (Durham, N.C./Hillside) is going through his own personal March Madness. Thursday was the first day in March that he didn’t add a school to his growing list of offers.

Not too shabby for a guy who played in his first football game just seven months ago.

“Growing up, I was basically a basketball kid,” McNeil said. “Last year was my first year playing football. That shocked everybody. I played basketball my whole life and never played football, not even Pop Warner. Then I played one year of high school football and have picked up 18 offers. I have Georgia, Tennessee, Ohio State, N.C, State…I have about six SEC offers and offers from the ACC, Big 12, Conference USA and more. Just imaging if I had played all my life -- it would be scary.”
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