Travis Waller recently had an extensive conversation with Alabama coach Nick Saban and things went really well.
The four-star quarterback was so impressed he plans to visit Tuscaloosa this month -- a decision could come in July -- and Waller said Alabama is one of his two favorites along with Northwestern.
"It was good," Waller said. "(Saban) just mainly talked about the whole program and what they mainly do at Alabama and what really makes them so great.
"He talked about how they push their players to their highest potential and make sure they're doing everything right on and off the field. It's academics first and he's really high on that.
"He also talked about me being a good fit with them. He said they're not going to run the spread if I happen to go there but they want a really mobile quarterback so if things break down they can use their feet and make something happen."
Waller, who spiked all the way up to No. 104 in the 2015 class by Rivals.com after a strong RCS Southern California and many outstanding performances on the 7on7 circuit, is excited about his upcoming trip to Alabama.
There is a caveat here, though, since so many other top-flight programs could be on the verge of offering.
The Anaheim (Calif.) Servite quarterback was supposed to talk with Oregon and Ohio State over the weekend. Waller is planning another trip to Eugene before any decisions, too. And USC is especially getting more involved.
Waller admits an offer from the Trojans would be something to seriously consider. Of course, offers from Oregon and Ohio State could play a major factor as well.
"(USC coaches) talked to coach (A.J.) Gass and they've seen me throw," Waller said. "They came out twice and right now they're just working on everything back with the staff. They said they're very interested. They're trying to do what they did at Washington down at USC so they need a very mobile, dual-threat quarterback.
"(An offer) would be big. It's 40 minutes away my house. You can't get any better than that. I've never been on USC's campus before so I'll definitely have to check out that campus as well."
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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