A year ago, Gangi backed up UNLV-signee Jared Lebowitz, but with Lebowitz headed to the Mountain West, Gangi will be the starter this fall.
Already holding an offer, Gangi has been playing with GameChangers on the 7on7 circuit, trying to rack up as many throws as possible and put himself in a position to land more offers.
"Bowling Green offered me through my quarterback coach, Anton Clarkson, who's a really good coach," said Gangi. "I'm planning to throw this summer with Matt Schilz, who starts at Bowling Green, with Coach Clarkson."
Gangi doesn't have extensive game film, he only threw 12 passes last season, so he'll hit a number of schools and camps this spring and summer.
"I just need to show people and go to camps and visit schools and just get out there," said Gangi. "I plan to get up to the Northwest and visit Boise State, Washington State and Oregon State. And then I'm hearing from a couple of Ivy League schools like Harvard, Princeton and Yale."
Gangi is doing well in the classroom too.
"I had a 4.1 last semester but I have a 3.8 cumulative," said Gangi. "I'll take the SAT this spring and I might take the ACT later."