Georgia LB visiting Clemson for spring game

With talent like Spencer Shuey and Stephone Anthony graduating in back-to-back years, Clemson is actively pursuing future linebackers that should maintain the depth at the position needed to give the Tigers one of the top defenses in the ACC.

LB Tobias Little Profile

One of the current targets for Clemson's coaching staff at linebacker is 2016 3-star Tobias Little (Atlanta, GA) of Mays High School.

Little is anticipating an upcoming visit to Clemson and took some time to catch up with CUTigers to detail his thoughts about the program.

"I've been to Clemson three times before, and I'll most likely be at the spring game. I like it down there. I fell in love with the atmosphere and the fan support was great. That's a school I could see myself going to," explained Little.

Little is currently weighing his options for which program will be the best fit for him in the long run. He boasts offers from Clemson, Georgia Tech, NC State, South Carolina and Virginia Tech, but lately Little has been adding to that list and will look to do the same in the near future.

"I don't have a favorite, but recently I got offers from Colorado State, Cincinnati and North Carolina," added Little.

The junior said that he does not have any set date for a commitment at this time but is anticipating his upcoming visit to Clemson. When he's in town, Little said he'd be most interested in seeing how he fits in Tigertown.

"I would fit in their defensive scheme, and I want to see how they prepare for the games. It's the little stuff that matters. I'm not really worried about playing time, because if I go work hard enough I'll eventually play," he said.

Little may be excited about his April 11th visit to Tigertown, but he is also looking forward to other visits as well. "I plan on going to Missouri soon," said the linebacker.

Little is listed at 6-foot-1 and 228 pounds. He's been clocked at 4.63 in the 40-yard dash and ranks as the sixth best middle linebacker in the state of Georgia.

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