On the sidelines of the Army All-American bowl, Jeffersonville, Ga. offensive lineman Chris Little announced his allegiance to the Florida State Seminoles.
The four-star prospect, who is rated the No. 6 offensive lineman according to Scout.com, should provide an instant boost to the FSU offensive line. His 6-foot-5 and 340-pound makes him one of the largest players on the FSU football team.
"He should be able to step right in and play right away," recruiting analyst Tom Lemming said on NBC's broadcast of the Army All-American game.
And Lemming is correct in his sentiments.
Arguably FSU's biggest weak spot the past few seasons has been that of the offensive line. Little's commitment, along with the possibility that FSU is still in the mix with Georgia commit Antwan Greenlee, means goods things for Florida State and new position coach Rick Trickett.
Little will have no problems qualifying as he reports a 3.3 GPA, 19 ACT and 1260 SAT scores.
Stay tuned to RenegadeReport.com for more on this huge pickup for the Tribe.
Huge pickup! Chris Little selects FSU
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