Georgia WR Fell In Love with Coaching Staff

Ball State picked up a big time commitment from the Peach State last week.

Hassan Littles admittedly knew very little about the Ball State football program prior to the staff recruiting him this spring. But what he did know was all good.

"The only thing I really knew about Ball State before they recruited me was Willie Snead," Littles said. "He is a true beast."

Snead, the former standout WR for the Cardinals, is one of the top targets in the New Orleans arsenal. His performance in the NFL certainly helped gain the attention of Littles and eased the way for the staff to recruit the 5-10 179 WR, who committed to Ball State a week ago.

Littles, who committed over offers from NC StateFresno State, East CarolinaMiami (OH), Kent State, among others, was able to build on that limited knowledge thanks to a visit to Muncie last month.

"When I had took my visit in early June," Littles said. "I loved the facilities and campus. I also committed because the coaching staff said they'll put their best players on the field no matter their size, I like that."

About that size, at 5-10, Littles is a bit of a tweener when it comes to playing on the outside or in the slot, but he knows his talent and what he brings to the field.

"I say creating separation, route running, catching the ball, and finishing the play," Littles said of his strengths.

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