"I enjoyed it a lot," Little said of his trip to Tiger Town. "I got to see the weight room. I got to see all the facilities. I got to see a lot more than I usually do on a normal visit.
"I got to see how the offensive line coach does during practice. Coach Scott is a good guy. I like the way he coaches. I like Clemson."
Head coach Tommy Bowden took time to speak with Chris and his parents during the visit. "I got to talk with coach Bowden one-on-one with my parents. He talked about the offense. He told me he wanted me at Clemson."
Of course, Chris would follow two former teammates to Clemson should he sign with the Tigers next signing day. LB Antonio Clay and RB Joe Joe Cox to Clemson have eached signed with the Tigers the last two years. "Yeah coach Scott told me they would like to get me to keep tradition going from Twiggs County," stated Little.
When asked if he has any current favorites, Little responded, "No, I don't have any yet."
After visiting Georgia and Clemson, Little plans to rest for a few weeks. "I am not going anywhere for the next two weeks. But I will be going to Florida State on March 25," he said.
The prize recruit will also likely be back in the Death Valley in about a month. "I will probably go back to Clemson on April 8th for the spring game," stated Little. "I'm looking forward to it."
Little's summer camp plans are still in the works but it looks good for the Tigers and the Dawgs. "I'm not sure about all of my summer plans yet. I will probably camp at Clemson and Georgia. I might go to Florida State and Georgia Tech," he added.
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