Noles Make an Impression on Top Georgia OL

One of the country's top offensive tackle prospects visited Florida State over the weekend for their first ever junior day. What did the 6-foot-5 and 320 pound standout from Jeffersonville (GA) Twiggs County think of his time in Tallahassee?

"I really liked the school and it's the second time that I've been there," Chris Little, who is considered by many to be the top lineman in the state of Georgia, said. "Florida State had the whole day planed out from 9:30 AM until late in the afternoon. I took a tour of the school and I also got to meet some players after the scrimmage. Some of the guys like Lorenzo Booker, Drew Weatherford and Myron Rolle talked to us about the recruiting process and what to expect."

Little also got to meet some of the other prospects who attended the junior day in addition to a few of the coaches on the Seminole staff.

"I got to meet and talk with James and LeShawn Pouncey," he said. "They are thinking about coming to Florida State like myself. Coach McHale is a good guy and seems like a good coach even though it's only his second year there. If I go there, I would love for him to be my offensive line coach."



Where do the Noles stand with the Georgia standout after his visit with the Garnet & Gold?

"Florida State standout because they were the team I grew up following," he said. "Georgia and Georgia Tech also standout."

Up next for the All-American is the Georgia and Georgia Tech spring games.

Little, who is a strong student in the classroom, plans on graduating mid-term.

Expect the big- offensive lineman to make his college choice in the middle of his senior season.


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