Georgia Tech assistant coach Buzz Preston met with North Atlanta quarterback Jamal Londry-Jackson earlier today. The visit took place on the North Atlanta campus. "Coach Preston talked about their offense," said the 6-foot-4, 185-pound Londry-Jackson, who doesn't have a scholarship offer but is being recruited by the Jackets, Georgia Southern, Miami (Ohio), Middle Tennessee State, Old Dominion and Wofford. "I asked him questions about Georgia Tech and he said he heard I had done some good things at North Atlanta." Londry-Jackson accumulated 1,652 yards and 20 touchdowns through the air this season in a spread offense. He rushed for 276 yards and five touchdowns. The Jackets already have commitments from quarterbacks Jordan Luallen of Center Grove High in Greenwood, Ind. and David Sims of Calhoun County (S.C). They are expected to sign a total of three quarterbacks in the current recruiting class. The front-runners for the remaining opening are Dontae Aycock of Chamberlain Senior High in Tampa, Fla. and Courtney Dalcourt of Franklin-Simpson High in Kentucky. But Londry-Jackson remains hopeful that he will receive an offer from Tech. "It all sounded pretty encouraging," he said. "Coach Preston said the coaching staff thinks I am an important recruit. He said they'll take a look at my highlight tape." Londry-Jackson sat out part of his junior season after suffering a torn muscle in his calf.