“He definitely appreciates the education that he got at Georgia Tech,” said Johnson’s high school coach, John Anderson. “He can’t say enough positive things about the Yellow Jackets and their program. He just thinks that he wants to move on to more opportunities. He’s really positive about the past and the future.”
San Diego State will have to replace its quarterback from last season, Ryan Agnew. The Aztecs were 10-3 in 2019.