Five-star offensive tackle Greg Little plans to take an official visit to LSU for the Florida Game on Oct. 17.
The nation's best prospect at his position, and a Top Five overall recruit, is an important target for the Tigers. They've recruited Little heavily throughout his process but have never hosted him for a visit.
That should change in a few weeks, though.
LSU pulled a top offensive linemen out of the Dallas area last year in Maea Teuhema, who's now starting as a true freshman. LSU is using that as part of the pitch to Little, offering him the opportunity to compete for playing time in his first year.
Little, a former Texas A&M commit, took his first official visit this past weekend to Auburn. He's scheduled to visit Georgia this weekend. He'll follow the LSU visit with a trip to Ole Miss a week later. Alabama is the other school in his top five, with Texas A&M still in the hunt.
Little will announce his new commitment on his birthday Nov. 4. He received his Under-Armour All-American Game jersey on Wednesday.
LSU has two offensive linemen committed in the 2016 class, Donavaughn Campbell and Jakori Savage. Willie Allen is LSU's only in-state target at this point, while most of the attention has been spent outside Louisiana.
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