"It was fun," the 6-1, 238 Little said. "I really liked the intensity. The heat got to me a little bit but I was happy with the day overall. It was an important day for us as a team because our chemistry got better. We just wanted to show everybody what we can do this season."
Following a season as a sophomore starter when he made 87 tackles with nine sacks, three forced fumbles and an interception., Little said spring practice was important for him to be able to work on the fundamental aspect of the game as well as improve his physical numbers.
"The spring went really good," he added. "I know I got faster and stronger. My football IQ has gotten so much stronger than my days in middle school and even in the ninth grade."
Already with offers from South Carolina, Virginia Tech, Clemson, North Carolina State and Georgia Tech, Little said that he got a good introduction to Auburn on Saturday and said there's a lot to like about the Tigers even though he's still waiting on an offer.
"I like it," Little said. "It's pretty cool over there. I like the facilities the most."
He said that he's planning on camping at Georgia Southern this week and also will take part in Dawg Night at Georgia later.