Not surprising, wide receiver Greg Little continues to add schools to his scholarship offer stack.
"Last Thursday, offers from Tennessee, Clemson, and Wake Forest came in," said Little. "I had some mail from Notre Dame at the school today, but I wasn't able to get it."
With no end to his flow of offers in sight, Little, a 6-foot-3 205-pound wide out from Durham (N.C.) Hillside, is nowhere near making a verbal commitment.
"I'm pretty much going to wait out to the end and see what comes along and make my decision when it comes down to the wire," Little. "I'm pretty much open to everybody 100 percent."
To help work through his options, Little will be making plenty of unofficial trips this spring and summer. He took his first visit this past weekend.
"I just got back Sunday from a junior day at Duke," said Little. "It was pretty good. As far as the facilities there, they're pretty updated. I went to the sports med room and the weight room and everything looks pretty good. And it was exciting in Cameron Indoor [Stadium]."
This weekend Little heads to N.C. State for the Wolfpack's junior day. He also plans to camp at Notre Dame, Tennessee, and Michigan this summer.
In addition to his three new additions, Little's stack includes Duke, Florida, Mississippi, N.C. State, Nebraska, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.
During his junior season, Little mostly played tailback where he rushed 160 times for 1,166 yards and 26 touchdowns. During reps at wide out, he caught 23 passes for 375 yards and four touchdowns.
In limited action on defense, Little picked off four passes.
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