Louisville is now No. 1 for Georgia linebacker Tobias Little; has two visits left

Atlanta Mayes High School linebacker Tobias Little made an official visit to the University of Louisville over the weekend. Little talks with Cardinal Authority about the visit and when he could be making a decision.

Atlanta Mays High School linebacker Tobias Little said he came on his official visit to the Univeristy of Louisville without a lot of expectations.

"I had an open mind and really wasn't expecting anything," Little said. "I was just trying to have a good time and see the school."

With a friend - U of L cornerback Shaq Wiggins - serving as his official host, Little said he left the Cardinals campus after having a good time and with a new leader in his recruitment.

"They're No. 1," he said. "I just really liked the coaches a lot and it just seemed like a great place to be. I got along with the coaches and the players and really liked what I saw at Louisville."

The 6-foot-1, 230-pound Little, who said his main recruiter is Garrick McGee, has other visits planned to Wake Forest, Auburn and Georgia Southern. He said he's not sure when he'll make a final decision.

"I'll just have to see what happens," he said. "Right now, I have no idea."

Little said he's well aware of the influx of Georgia players on the Louisville roster and said he knows a few other than Wiggins, pointing out that he is friends with JUCO signee Chris Williams and quarterback commitment Jawon Pass.

"There's a lot of guys there," he said. "I like that; Shaq is a good guy and told me why he liked it."

Little, who at one point was committed to Missouri, is considered a physical linebacker who is likely to play inside at the next level. He's reported personal bests of 4.53 seconds in the 40-yard dash, to go along with a 10’2” standing broad jump, and a maximum in the bench press of 350 pounds, and a 520-pound squat max.

Prior to his commitment to Missouri Little had a dozen offers, including U of L, North Carolina, Iowa, N.C. State, Clemson and Virginia Tech.


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