Earlier in the week Hall, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound offensive lineman from Roanoke (Va.) Northside, visited Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and Wake Forest. He'll finish up his spring tour with a stop at N.C. State on Friday.
Prior to this week, Hall has visited Arkansas, Maryland, Ohio State, Penn State, Virginia, and Virginia Tech.
Thursday's visit to UNC was Hall's third. Previously, he attended UNC's prestigious February junior day (the junior day held in conjunction with the basketball game against Duke), as well as the football game against Virginia last fall.
"I really like UNC," Hall said. "I like the whole atmosphere. And the people at UNC are amazing.
"But I still have no favorites."
Hall anticipates naming favorite schools sometime during the summer.
On Thursday, Hall spent much of his visit with Chris Kapilovic, UNC's offensive line coach. The duo are developing quite the rapport.
"He is honest, upfront, and a good person to be around," Hall said. "And I feel like I can trust him."
In addition to Kapilovic, Hall also spoke in-depth with Larry Fedora.
"They talked about a lot," Hall said. "We talked about academics for a whole while."
Fedora and Kapilovic also discussed UNC's situation at offensive line for the 2015 class. With William Sweet and Mason Veal verbally committed, Hall was told the staff would like to added two more O-line prospects with him as one of their top targets.