Mocksville (N.C.) Davie County cornerback Raeshon McNeil has been close to a decision for some time. The 6-foot-0, 175-pounder with 4.4-second speed just wants to take a visit to North Carolina before he decides. It's been sometime since we last talked to the prospect, what has been going on and has he finally visited Chapel Hill?
"I haven't visited them yet, I have no date set either," he said. "I'll probably visit whenever school starts back up. I've heard good things from some players at my school about them and I just want to go and check it out for myself. Growing up in the state, I've grown to like North Carolina and I've thought a lot about it."
McNeil went on to assure that he is down to North Carolina, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Notre Dame.
With no visit scheduled, when does McNeil want to decide?
"I want to decide before the season probably by the end of the month of August."
The Rivals250 prospect's first game is on August 19th.
Currently the No. 5 prospect in North Carolina has been practicing with the team.
"It's going pretty good," he said. "We haven't been doing too much, but we're coming together pretty well. I'm just looking to show up on offense this year and keep doing what I've been doing on the defensive side."
McNeil was named all-conference as a junior after recording 60 tackles, five interceptions and returning two kickoffs for touchdowns.
The four-star prospect has a solid 4.1 GPA and 1100 SAT.