Chris Little Has One Official Planned---LSU

Chris Little is a virtual one man wrecking crew in the high school ranks, who was named to the all-state team last year. He does not have a list of favorite schools yet, but says he hopes to have a top ten by the end of the week and then a top five, which he will take official visits to.

With 15 scholarship offers on the table, one of the top offensive line prospects in the south is Jeffersonville, Ga., native Chris Little (6-5, 320, 5.1).

 

Little, a virtual one man wrecking crew in the high school ranks who was named to the all-state team last year, does not have a list of favorite schools yet, but says he hopes to have a top ten by the end of the week and then a top five, which he will take official visits to, by the end of the summer.

 

Though his official list has not been announced, some of the schools looking good to Little early, he says, are LSU, Georgia, Florida State, Florida, and Notre Dame, all of whom have presented him offers.

 

"I like Georgia because they are close to home," he said. "Then Florida State has a good program, and they are known for putting linemen into the NFL. [What I like about] Florida is the swamp. Everybody wants to play in the swamp.

 

Although the list is far from being narrowed down to just five schools, Little also disclosed plans for one of his official visits in the fall.

 

"I plan on taking an official visit to LSU," he commented. "I've been talking some with [LSU defensive backs] coach Doug Mallory, and I think I would fit in well at LSU. They told me they are losing some tackles this year and I want to go somewhere that I can play early."

 

When deciding on where he will play at the next level, Little says that a place where he can fit in and get playing time early is an important factor.

 

Because he is scheduled to be an early graduate, finishing high school in December, he also said he would like to commit as early as September so he can enroll in college in January and begin to build chemistry with his team.

 

When asked why he has been noticed by so many programs, Little related that he feels like he is well rounded as an athlete.

 

"I'm in good shape," he said. "I can go four quarters non-stop. I also have good strength and good speed for someone my size."

 

This summer, Little plans on working on all the aspects of his game, and will attend camps at Florida State, Florida, Auburn and possibly a few others before returning to lead his Twiggs County squad on both sides of the football next season.

 

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