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DeAndre McNeal
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DeAndre  McNeal

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Mesquite, Texas

High School:
Poteet

Last College:
Fullerton College

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 215

Position:
WR

Birthdate:
02/02/1997

Major:
Public Safety

09/23/2017

Football Edged out by Buffalo, 34-31

Owls Open up C-USA Play Next Saturday, Hosting Middle Tennessee

09/18/2017

Monday with Head Coach Lane Kiffin

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09/09/2017

Football Shows Fight in Battle with No. 9 Wisconsin

Owls are Scheduled to Host Bethune-Cookman Next

09/02/2017

Football Falls to Navy 42-19 in Program's Longest Game

Daniel Parr: 281 yards, two touchdowns

08/16/2017

Football Preseason Camp Practice No. 18 Complete

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09/09/2017

USATSI Gallery - Florida Atlantic @ Wisconsin

USATSI Gallery - Florida Atlantic @ Wisconsin

At FAU
Junior (2017)
  • Tallied four receptions for a total of 88 yards and one score in the season opener versus Navy
  • Recorded three catches for a total of 103 yards and a 63-yards TD, his second score in as many games
  • Third-consecutive week as the team leader in receiving yards, this time versus Bethune with four catches for a total of 70 yards but it was his first game without a score
  • Recorded his first carry of the 2017 season a gain of three yards and addded a team-high seven receptions for a total of 37 yards at Buffalo
  • Recorded three catches for 20 yards, a long of nine, versus MT
  • Had a five-yaard catch at ODU
  • Added a six yard catch in the WKU victory
  • Contributed to the offensive efforts versus Marshall
  • Participated in the La Tech victory
  • Contributed in the 2017 Shula Bowl victory over FIU
At Fullerton College
  • Played for Head Coach Tim Brynes at Fullerton College
  • Saw action in 13 games for the state of California and National Championship team
  • Tallied 640 receiving yards as a wide receiver for an average of 49.2 yards per game
  • Credited with six scores
  • One of 11 team members to move on to a Division I program

Texas

  • Played for Charlie Strong at the University of Texas where he had one carry for nine yards

High School

  • Coached by Kody Groves at Poteet High School
  • Two-time All-State honoree
  • Named Second Team 5A All-State by the Associated Press, and Honorable Mention All-State by the Texas Sports Writers Association in 2014
  • Tabbed overall Co-MVP and First Team All-District 12-5A
  • Selected Second Team All-Area by the Dallas Morning News
  • Played quarterback, wide receiver, running back, linebacker, safety and cornerback
  • Ranked No. 200 (No. 13 ATH) nationally and No. 27 in Texas by 247Sports
  • Rated No. 28 ATH nationally and No. 43 overall in Texas by ESPN
  • Rated No. 43 overall in Texas by Scout
  • Ranked No. 11 ATH nationally and No. 55 overall in Texas by Rivals
  • Rated No. 5 ATH in the state by Dave Campbell's Texas Football
  • Placed No. 45 on the Fab 55 by the Austin American-Statesman
  • Recorded 41 receptions for 869 yards (21.2 ypc) and 12 TDs, while rushing 40 times for 368 yards (9.5 ypc) and 11 TDs as a senior
  • Helped Poteet to a 10-2 record, including a 7-0 district mark and an appearance in the 5A Division 2 area playoffs in 2014
  • Selected Honorable Mention 4A All-State as an all-purpose back by the Texas Sports Writers Association in 2013
  • Chosen Second Team All-District 10-4A as a wide receiver
  • Caught over 40 passes for 607 receiving yards and 11 TD receptions as a junior
  • Rushed 64 times for 409 yards (6.4 ypc) and nine TDs
  • In 2013, he helped Poteet to a 12-2 record, including a 6-1 district mark and an appearance in the 4A Division 2 quarterfinals, making five catches for 45 yards and 24 carries for 187 yards as a sophomore
  • His freshman year, his Poteet team went 11-3, including 5-2 district, and made an appearance in the 4A Division 2 quarterfinals.

Personal

  • Born Feb. 14, 1997 in Dallas, Texas
  • Brother, Devante, is an offensive lineman at SAGU (Southwestern Assemblies of God University)
  • Public safety administration major
  • Son of Macquel King and Fletcher McNeal
  • Lists writing poetry as a hobby and loves going to the ocean
Game-by-Game

2017: Navy (Rec: 4-88 yards, 1 TD); Wisconsin (Rec: 3-103, 1 TD); Bethune (Rec: 4-70); Buffalo (Rec: 7-37, R: 1-3); MT (Rec: 3-20); ODU (Rec: 1-5); WKU (Rec: 1-6)

Career Highs
Receptions: 4 2X
Receiving Yards: 103 Wisconsin (9/16/17)
Longest Reception: 62 yards Navy (9/1/17)
Receiving TDs: 1 2x
Carries: 1 Buffalo (9/23/17)
Rushing Yards: 3 Buffalo (9/23/17)


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