The offer from UGA has the 6-foot-3, 305 pound junior out of Newnan (GA) Northgate close to doube-digits.
When the Dawgs offered, it caught him off guard.
"I was just up in Athens last weekend for their Junior Day and they did not talk to me about an offer, so I was not expecting one on Wednesday. I had more casual talk with the coaches during the visit, so the offer was a good surprise."
The trip Johnson took to Athens a week ago was a good one, but he had been there before, so not too much jumped out at him.
"I had already seen just about everything there, so the tour was not new to me, and I knew most of the stuff already," he said. "I always like being around the Georgia coaches though, that is what I like most about UGA."
For now, all schools are even for the junior interior defensive line.