UNC Offers Ohio O-Lineman

6-foot-5, 285 pound rising senior Alex Gall has collected over a dozen offers. Check out what the Moeller (OH) offensive lineman has to say about his newest offer from UNC, as well as when he plans on making his commitment.

Moeller (OH) offensive lineman Alex Gall has quickly become one of the top prospects in the Midwest. The rising senior recently picked up another ACC offer.

"North Carolina is the newest school to offer me," said Gall. "It was a really big surprise. The first time they reached out to me was only last week."

Gall hasn't been to Chapel Hill before, but is planning to take a visit in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime he's been learning about the school.

"I'm pretty interested in them. They're pretty strong in the ACC. They have a new coach and are strong academically. They're on the rise and have a few good commits this year. I'm definitely going to consider them. I'll do some research and see if it's a place that I can see myself."

Other than the Tar Heels, Gall has also been hearing from Wisconsin and Michigan State lately and feels that an offer could be on the way. With over 15 offers and even more on the way, Gall has begun the process of making his way to his decision.

"I started narrowing down my list to about eight. There are a couple on there that haven't offered yet though. I probably have three to five that really stand out: Miami, Wisconsin, Michigan State, UNC and Kentucky."

The lineman says that he might attend camps at Michigan State and Wisconsin then will hopefully make his decision by the end of June or early July. With only a couple of weeks left, he's been thinking about what will be the most important factors in his decision.

"My comfort level is the biggest thing. How I feel with the coaches, how I relate to them, the guys they've recruited and if I feel right there. Academics are also big. And finally program stability. I want a coach that will be there and will have success."

One thing that won't matter for Gall will be distance.

"It isn't really a big thing for me. My parents said that college is a time to grow up. So if I get farther away I can't depend on my parents too much. They said they'll support any decision I make."

Stay with FOX Sports NEXT for the latest on Gall and the rest of the Class of 2013.
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