Wayne Gallman said Coach Johnson came to visit his school in Loganville, Ga. to extend the offer, to which he said he was happy to get from Georgia Tech. While he said he isn't the most familiar with the school, Gallman said he is currently in the process of getting to know programs that have offered him.
What Gallman said he knows about GT is that they could give him a great education, which will be important to him in the process, and that they have a quality football program. He has casually watched the Yellow Jackets play in the past, but would like to learn more about the program.
His Grayson High School offense doesn't quite run the option, but Gallman said that he feels his skills at the running back position would translate well to any offense.
"Anything would work – any kind of offense," Gallman said.
As a 2013 recruit, Gallman has plenty of time to decide where he will attend college, but he has begun making a list of the most important factors to consider when he starts to narrow down his search. Along with a strong football program and top-notch academics, Gallman said he is looking for a school that isn't too far from home. He doesn't want his parents to have to fly to see him play, so a school in the Southeast would be ideal.
But for right now, he's not going to worry about making any final decisions.
"I'm just trying to keep my options open," Gallman said.