Durron Neal was literally everywhere on the field last season, lining up at quarterback, running back, wide receiver, punt returner and defensive back. (Heck, if Neal added even more meat to his six-foot, 195-pound frame, he probably could take a few snaps at lineman.) And no matter where he was on the field, the Oklahoma commit was making plays.
Neal scored 31 touchdowns from his five positions last year, giving the Spartans a nearly unstoppable force on the field while making them a threat to win the state title this season. "You just can't (stop him)," DeSmet coach Pat Mahoney says. "I've never seen anyone tackle him one-on-one in the open field."
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