Also making Little's list of
colleges he is considering are
What was it about the trip to LSU that put them back in the mix with the other schools?
"They are a tight knit team," he said. "I saw some junior and senior players hanging out with freshmen on the team. That doesn't happen often. I liked that."
"We spent some time just talking about stuff like what is was like to redshirt," he said. "They also showed me around town, like some of the places they hang out."
Little got into
Saturday, he said, included a breakfast with the coaches, an academic tour of LSU's facilities, and a series of individual meetings with coaches.
"I had three meetings with coaches," he said. "First I met with [offensive line coach] Stacy Searles. He showed me some film, then explained the depth chart and how valuable I would be to the team. He was a good guy.
"I also talked to coach [Tommy] Moffitt, the strength coach. He showed me some of the strength books from last season, and explained what all workouts consist of at LSU.
"Finally," he added, "I met with coach Miles. He was nice. We just talked about our families for a while, and he said that, since he used to be play on the offensive line, he could tell a good linemen when he sees one."
Other than talking to coaches, what else stood out about this visit to LSU?
"They're facilities are state of the art," Little said. "The academic facility really stood out."
The academic facilities also caught the eyes of Little's parents, he said. He said his parents really enjoyed the visit to LSU as well, and liked the school.
Although Little said that none of his top schools stood out above the rest at this time, he plans on making his commitment sometime around Christmas, once he has had a chance to visit all of his schools, but for now, LSU appears to be on the same playing field with his other favorites.