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First of all when a kid transfers we get the cover story only. It may be the real reason or it may be just a cover story. Secondly, I don't know if you saw the same thing as me, but in the few times that Neal did attempt to run a punt back, I thought where was the burst, the quick feet ? Even if a guy catches a ball and only gets a few yards, you can see if his quickness and potential elusiveness. I never saw that in Neal and it had made me wonder if he had what we expected from his publicity. He may turn out to be an excellent player, and I am not being critical of him because he never had much of a chance, but I was wondering if anyone had thoughts similiar to me, saw great potential in him, or if you just figured he never had many opportunities.
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He was willing to get better and took several of his teammates to train with his father so I'm shocked he transferred. I thought he never had a chance to be successful because we were horrendous. I also think he may be in the same boat as Powlus was never going to live up to the hype... in his case being the next Rocket.
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