"West Virginia had great atmosphere," Little said. "I love the place, love the offense they run and all (that)."
The 5-foot-10, 170-pound Little said the environment at West Virginia stood out.
During his visit to Rutgers, he had a chance to speak with his recruiting coach, Jim Panagos, who coaches the defensive line.
"It was a good experience and coach Panagos and I had a good conversation and he wants me to come back in December for my own unofficial (visit) day," Little said. "Rutgers was very impressive. Coach Panagos and I talked for about 15 minutes. I like it a lot because it's in state and they're doing well."
Williamstown is 5-0 and Little has carried 31 times for 407 yards and eight scores, and he also has three receptions for 116 yards and three touchdowns.
Schools are looking at him as a running back or cornerback and he also has 12 tackles, but he did not play last Friday because of a groin injury.
"It's going good," he said. "It's a lot better than after the (Sept. 28) Timber Creek (Erial, N.J.) game."
Little is slated to visit Penn State for the Oct. 27 game against Ohio State.