Little Enjoys Clemson Junior Day


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Chris Little - Offensive Line
Height: 6-6   Weight: 305   Hometown: Jeffersonville, GA (Twiggs County HS)   Class: 2006




Clemson has started off very well on the offensive line in the 2007 recruiting class. David Smith and Wilson Norris were two of the Tigers top targets early. Another target the staff identified early was Chris Little.

Little plays for Twiggs County in Georgia, the same school that produced Antonio Clay and Jo Jo Cox. Little says he has learned a lot from watching his teammates get recruited.

"I have seen the highs and low of recruiting by watching them. I know what to look for and what to watch out for. I can see where things can get crazy very quick."

Little currently holds offers from Clemson, Georgia, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, and Florida. He visited the Tigers this past weekend.

"I went up for Clemson's Junior Day on Saturday. It was a good visit. It was their first practice, but I thought it well. Coach (Brad) Scott does a good job working with the offensive line. My parents were able to meet Coach (Ron) West, which was good because they had not met before."

Does Little have any more trips planned?

"Well, I have already been to Georgia and Georgia Tech. Both of those visits went well. I may go to Tennessee this weekend, but I know I am going to Florida State on the 25th. I want to see as many schools as I can. I want to have a top five by the summer."

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Chris Little Recruiting Profile
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