In April, Wall attended Texas A&M's Maroon-and-White spring game and enjoyed the atmosphere.
"It was crazy," he said. "There were like 45,000 people at the spring game which is more people than I've really ever seen."
Wall has a relationship with some of the Texas A&M staff because Kevin Sumlin and B.J. Anderson were at Houston when the Cougars recruited Wall out of Travis before he picked TCU.
"They said they're going to evaluate me," he said. "They recruited me out of UH, so they said basically some of the same things they said back then."
Wall played tackle at Navarro last season and most schools see him as a tackle or guard at the next level, though Navarro College coach Brian Mayper feels the player could be an effective center as well.
Wall isn't ruling out any schools outside of Texas for now. But if one of his two favorites comes through with an offer, it would be significant. If not, he said he would be fine with staying in Texas and joining Houston.
But he'd love to have an offer from the Longhorns or Aggies.