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This four-star sophomore middle linebacker from Atlanta made his way up to Clemson for the March Junior Day. He was back a few weeks later for the spring game.

MLB Tobias Little Profile

Mays High School's Tobias Little spoke with CUTigers on Saturday night, shortly after he got back home from Tigertown.

"It was fun," he said.

Little went into a little more detail about what stands out at Clemson.

"The facilities and how everything is set up down there, and the coaches," he said.

While in town, he spoke with head coach Dabo Swinney, defensive coordinator Brent Venables and defensive backs coach Mike Reed.

What was Swinney's message?

"He was telling me about the program, how he raised his players to grow up to be young men."

How about Venables?

"He talked to me about his personal life. He's not just trying to recruit me as a football player. He's always trying to get good young men."

And Reed?

"We were just talking about the spring game and all of the other recruits that were going to be up there today."

For Little, there's a lot to like about Clemson.

"I like the atmosphere and the coaches," he said. "Everybody gets along, treated me like family when I first walked into the door."

With early offers from Clemson and Georgia Tech, Little has no favorites.

"It's too early in the process," he said.

As a sophomore, Little had 87 tackles, nine sacks, three forced fumbles and an interception.

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