The Stanford commit has impressed at Army All-American Bowl workouts and is hoping the Cardinal's class gets a little bigger on Saturday.

Little says the Stanford-bound playmakers could cause some problems for opposing Pac-12 defenses over the coming years.

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Five-star offensive tackle and Stanford commit Walker Little has dominated in his workouts at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl practices. The Episcopal (Tex.) star has been one of the few who has been able to slow down UCLA commit and defensive end Jaelan Phillips.

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Little is one of two Stanford commits playing in the game, along with four-star tight end Colby Parkinson. Quarterback Davis Mills is an Army All-American but will be sitting out of the game after tweaking his knee in the Georgia AAA state championship. 

Two Cardinal are taking the field, but three could walk off. Five-star offensive tackle Foster Sarell will be announcing his commitment during the game, and Stanford is among the five he will be choosing from.  

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Little recaps his week, shares where he thinks Sarell will end up and what the Cardinal’s 2017 class could do at the next level in the video above. 


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