The Hoosier State’s top 2024 QB Danny O’Neil gives the latest regarding his recruitment

Indianapolis (Ind.) Cathedral 2024 quarterback Danny O’Neil was one of the standouts at this year’s All-American Bowl National Combine, and before a strong performance on the Alamo Dome field in San Antonio, he sat down with 247Sports and talked about where things stand with his recruitment.

“I think the best schools recruiting me right now are Kentucky, Colorado, the new coaches at Purdue are doing a good job reaching out and Louisville,” O’Neil said.

O’Neil had a strong junior season completing 63 percent of his passes for 2,654 yards and 32 touchdowns with another nine rushing scores. He elaborated on each program.

Regarding Colorado: “There is a lot of buzz about it right now. A lot of hype. It’s going to be a good place to be for the next few years. Just being able to be with Coach Prime and all that hype would be a good experience.”

Regarding Kentucky: “I like they’re going to be able to run a pro-style offense and be able to compare apples to apples when pro scouts come looking and they’re doing a good job in the transfer portal so they should have a good team next year.”

Regarding Purdue: “Coach Graham Harrell was recruiting me when he was at West Virginia so me and him have a pretty good relationship already. With him coming to Purdue It’s the home team. I should be able to get up there soon and see what it’s all about.”

Regarding Louisville: “Just being able to stay talking with the Brohms. They’re pretty transparent with me with the move. It’s going to be exciting to see how they can really change that program around and really elevate the play down there.”

The Brohm were the first to offer O’Neil when they were at Purdue. He has some visits in mind for this month.

“Thinking about going out to Colorado before January ends and Michigan State and Kentucky,” he said.

A decision for O’Neil could come in the spring.

O’Neil emerged as a prospect to know following a terrific sophomore campaign where he was good on 63 percent of his passes for 2,956 yards and 33 touchdowns with 10 rushing scores.

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