Notre Dame Football Recruiting: Top Recruit WR Davonte Neal Considering Fighting Irish

According to the Daily Wildcat, top college football recruit Davonte Neal will announce his college decision on Tuesday, Feb. 21. The four star wide receiver recruit is apparently considering the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Arkansas Razorbacks, North Carolina Tar Heels and the Arizona Wildcats.

Neal visited the Notre Dame campus in December of 2011, and he sports a 4.4-seconds 40-yard dash and a 35-inch vertical. In his senior year at high school, Neal rushed for 1317 yards and had 1113 receiving yards.

Notre Dame already has an impressive array of commitments, from five-star quarterback Gunner Keil to four star running back William Mahone. The Fighting Irish's top receiver in 2011 was senior WR Michael Floyd, who is expected to be a top pick in the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft.

For the latest information on Notre Dame Fighting Irish football recruiting, be sure to check out One Foot Down. SB Nation's recruiting hub will keep you updated on everything else going down on the wildest day of college football's off-season.

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