Ingersoll, a 6-foot-4, 260-pounder from Matthews (N.C.) Butler, was also recently offered by East Carolina. He adds his latest to an offer sheet that already included Akron and Vanderbilt.
With his frame and athletic ability, Ingersoll possesses the potential to play numerous positions in college. However, North Carolina is looking for him to fill in along the offensive line.
"Mainly I'm being recruited as an offensive tackle," said Ingersoll. "Tight end hasn't been ruled out, but right now it's looking like if I were to go to Carolina it would be as a tackle."
For the most part, Ingersoll is open when it comes to favorites. However, the Tar Heels have been on his mind for quite some time.
"I've always liked Carolina," said Ingersoll. "I have good feelings about the university, the football program, and the coaching staff. I'll get a better feel for the campus and all that on an official visit, and that's what I'm really waiting for."
During his unofficial this weekend, Ingersoll plans to discuss taking an official visit with North Carolina. He is already in discussions with Vanderbilt, Akron and East Carolina regarding official visits to those schools.
Butler ended the regular season with a 9-2 record and will travel to West Forsyth for the first round of the NCHSAA 4AA playoffs Friday. Individually, Ingersoll has caught 12 passes for 150 yards, a touchdown and a two-point conversion. He is also grading out at 90 percent on average as a blocker.