What may concern you: While Gall has ideal size and strength, he doesn't always show top notch flexibility and athleticism. He's not the type of kid who could play left tackle at the college level. He's a bit limited on his ability to change directions, get downfield, and do the types of things you often see from top notch offensive line prospects at the prep level. Those could be some of the reasons why he wasn't offered by the top programs in the Midwest region, such as Ohio State and Notre Dame and Wisconsin.
Bottom Line: The Hurricanes need offensive linemen in this class. They will likely sign four. Tight end commitment Jeremy Kerr could end up being a left tackle down the road. Gall would be another tackle. It's a very solid addition to an already strong class for the Hurricanes. It also gives Miami a very good prospect from the state of Ohio, an area that hasn't been real friendly to UM in recent years. And he comes from a premier program, which will always help Miami's future recruiting efforts in the area. If the Ohio States and Wisconsins of the world had offered, he'd likely be staying closer to home. However, he's a very good addition to Miami's 2013 recruiting class.