While on campus, the focus wasn't on Little, a 6-foot-3 210-pound athlete from Durham (N.C.) Hillside, as much as it was his parents.
"It was mostly informational for my parents," said Little. "Being that I've been there so many times, I've already been through it. It was routine for me.
The Littles, who were hosted by freshman Deunta Williams, attended academic meetings and went out to eat with the coaching staff.
Despite the disappointing outcome of the South Florida game, Little said it doesn't hurt UNC's chances. Instead, he said, he's encouraged by the opportunities that are present at North Carolina.
"Not being derogatory to any guys on the team, I just think they need more playmakers on the outside as far as wide receivers go," said Little. "[At UNC] there exists an opportunity for me to succeed."
Still torn between his two final schools (UNC and Notre Dame), Little isn't any closer to making a decision and will actually put recruiting on hold until after his senior football season.
"Next for me is to just finish my season and make my decision then," said Little. "I'll probably make my decision more than likely [after the season] unless I know and it just hits me. Right now, I'm just focusing on my season."
Durham (N.C.) Hillside owns a 6-2 record with three games remaining on the schedule. On the year, Little has caught 23 passes for 441 yards and five touchdowns. He has also rushed 76 times for 677 yards and eight touchdowns.