The talk of late from Haleyville (Ala.) offensive tackle Heath Batchelor has been on the topic of another offer to add to his first. Now that has happened.
Troy was the first school to offer, but Georgia Tech changed that coming across the pipe with an offer, and presenting more options for the 6-foot-7, 285-pound offensive lineman. The humble Batchelor is not about to get too far ahead of himself though with his latest scholarship.
"I was pretty happy about it and Georgia Tech is a nice school," Batchelor said. "I like the coaches and the players are real nice. I've been there twice and it's like a little city there."
Now, growing up in Alabama, the No. 38 rated prospect in the state admits he grew up watching the in-state Crimson Tide. However, he is not looking toward them more than others.
"It's not like I don't want to hear from anybody else or that I'm favoring them," Batchelor said. "I want to hear from all of the colleges out there who are interested in me."
Batchelor has yet to set up any official visits. He's thinking about a decision when the moment hits him.
"I don't know, it's just when I think about everything and decide what I want to do," he said. "Then I'll be ready to do it and commit."