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.