4-Star OL Chris Little is one of the top players in the entire country. He has offers from pretty much every program in the nation and that kind of attention has made it hard for him to narrow his list.
"Things are still pretty much open. I'm going to have a top 10 by the end of the month though," Chris Little said.
Twiggs County may be only a small single-A high school in central Georgia, but that hasn't stopped recruiters from flooding its hallways.
"Florida and Georgia have come. Notre Dame, Troy, Ole Miss and LSU have been here. Auburn and Tennessee have also come by. Auburn and Tennessee actually got to watch me and practice and lift weights."
Little made a trip to the University of Georgia last Saturday for a camp.
"It was good to get a peak at some of the competition. I got to talk to Antwane Greenlee and Trinton Sturdivant a little bit and we discussed camps and all that. Me and Greenlee have been friends since February when we met at the UGA junior day."
Sturdivant committed to the Dawgs last month and he put his best recruiting pitch on Little over the weekend.
"Trinton is a pretty good guy. Seems like he's a hard worker. He was talking to me and Greenlee about going to Georgia. Just telling us we all needed to come to Georgia together."
Chris plans to camp at Florida State and Georgia this summer. He's also thinking about potentially camping with the Florida Gators as well.
Stay tuned to Scout.com for the latest on the Georgia gem right up through signing day 2007…
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