Texas LB visits one school already

Irving, Texas middle linebacker Zach Hall is hearing from Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, West Virginia and Iowa, besides his favorite school, Texas A&M.
He continues to hear from Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama and Notre Dame. 
The 6-foot-3, 225 pound linebacker has scheduled an unofficial visit to Texas A&M for their Apr. 6 spring game.  He made an unofficial to Texas on Mar. 30 for their spring game. 

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Texas A&M remains the clear favorite at this time, followed closely by Alabama and Notre Dame. 
"A&M's great fan support is what makes them such an attractive school. "
On his official visits he would replace Georgia Tech with Oklahoma, as "everything they send me says they are the seven times national champions, and it would be great to have a chance to play for a championship." 
His high school coach "speaks well of the program (Oklahoma) and the people, since he used to coach there." 
Along with mental toughness and ability to hit, he added team leadership qualities to his list of personal strong points for the football field.
"The state championship is my primary goal, because first team all-state honors should fall into place with it." 
He may attend a Texas one day camp, in addition to Texas A&M and Alabama camps this summer.