Little, who is as open in his recruitment as they come, is definitely aware of the positives of playing for the Tar Heels starting with the new offense they are employing under new offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti.
"It's a real good school and they have a lot to offer athletically and academically," said Little. "I can see myself fitting into the offensive scheme they have planned for me."
A 6-foot-3, 215-pound athlete from Durham (N.C.) Hillside, Little is being recruited as a combination wide receiver/tailback by assistant coach Kenny Browning.
After unofficially visiting Chapel Hill, Little was among the most impressive prospects at Scout.com's All-American Combine held in Durham Sunday. He recorded a 40-inch vertical jump and a 10'1" broad jump, while also being among the more dominating wide outs during one-on-one passing drills.
"I just feel like I'm trying to sell myself and put myself in the best situation where colleges can see me at," said Little. "I think if I'm at the top of every event or drill that's there [at a combine], they should get a good feel for me."
Little plans to continue his dominance at the Nike Combine in both Clemson and Chicago, the Elite Combine in New Jersey, and Scout.com's All-American Combine on Rutgers' campus.
Last week Little also unofficially visited Duke, and hopes to visit both N.C. State and South Carolina sometime this week.