Two visits down for Nealy

Monticello (Fla.) Jefferson County all-purpose back Devondrick Nealy recently took his second official visit, traveling to Iowa State. He came away impressed with what he saw.
"It was a great visit," Nealy said. "It was a pretty good time. They showed me a lot to evaluate. I learned a lot about their program."
The 5-foot-10, 175-pound back talked a bit about what the coaching staff told him during his visit.
"They just told me I could come up there and do some great things for them on offense," Nealy said. "They want me on offense as a running back. I don't care which side of the ball I play on, as long as I can see the field as soon as possible."
Nealy couldn't recall his host's name, but said that the currently Cyclone shared a lot of good information about the program.
"He said it is a great environment, a great town," Nealy said. "He just told me a lot of things about Iowa State. He wasn't trying to put any pressure on me or anything like that. He was just telling me some great things about Iowa State that I would like."
His visit to Iowa State marked his second official visit as he had previously seen Michigan. He talked about how the two visits compared to one another.
"They were both good visits, both good environments," Nealy said. "Both were cold, it is a climate change at both. I know that is going to be the way with any school I go to up there."
At this time, Nealy holds over a dozen offers and has received interest, but not an offer, from Alabama. He said he plans to take his final three official visits in January but isn't sure where at this point.
"I am going to schedule some," Nealy said. "I don't know at this point who I am going to go see. I am undecided on what schools I will see right now."
While Nealy has previously ranked Michigan, Iowa State, Alabama, and Arkansas as his top schools, he says that at this point he has no leader.
"I don't have a leader at this point," Nealy said. "I think I am going to decide on National Signing Day."
In addition to focusing on his recruitment, Nealy is also currently participating in basketball.