Tuesday is the first day of the Spring Evaluation Period, and three-star Yorktown, Ind., quarterback Riley Neal is expecting to see coaches from Miami right away.
"Miami of Florida is coming to my school," Neal said. "I was up at camp last summer and they took me and Brandon Wimbush to throw withJames Coley. I have been talking to Coach [Art] Kehoe for the past couple months and he and Coach Coley are going to be here [Tuesday]."
Neal is interested to hear what the Miami coaches say about him, but is not sure whether Tuesday will involved working out for them.
"I might throw for them, but it's supposed to snow," he said. "I have been throwing a lot in the off-season. I am doing that three times a week, so I feel like I am throwing pretty well right now."
The 6-foot-5, 200-pound Neal is still awaiting his first scholarship offer, but he has plenty of interest from college programs.
"A lot of coaches tell me they'd like to see me add a little more weight to my frame," Neal said. "Other than that, they mainly just want to see me throw again."
Junior day visits were taken to both Purdue and Toledo in the winter, and he plans to get out to Western Michigan on Saturday. Communication has been consistent with other programs as well.
"I have still been in contact with Cincinnati and IU," Neal said. "I went to Ball State probably a week or two ago and talked to Coach [Joey] Lynch for awhile. He said once their spring practice ends this weekend, they would come watch me throw."