Little Piling Up the Offers

With offers from programs throughout the country, Greg Little has already elevated himself to elite status when it comes to prospects in the class of 2016.

Greg Little is pulling in offers almost daily and the big 2016 lineman has had quite the week this week adding offers from Alabama, Ohio State and just yesterday, USC threw their hat into the ring. At 6'6" and 285 pounds, Little is the prototypical offensive tackle prospect and teams have taken notice.

Hailing from Allen High School, Little is the next in a long line of talented prospects to come out of the Texas High School powerhouse program and TCU hopes to catch is attention. Little visited TCU just this past Saturday and gave his thoughts on his visit.

"It was cool, I had a really good time talking to Coach Cumbie and Coach Patterson" he said. "I had a great time."

With offers from programs such as Alabama, Ohio State, Notre Dame, USC, Auburn, Clemson, LSU, TCU and many others, Little will basically have his pick of any school in the country that he wants to go to. With that in mind, the Frogs has a steep hill to climb to nab the mammoth 5-star lineman.

"I saw all the usual stuff at TCU, like the locker room, talked about academics and I got to meet some players too" said Little. "I played some Xbox games with some other recruits and it was real fun."

With signing day for 2016 prospects still a year and eight months away, it's a bit premature to start narrowing things down in Little's eyes. The hulking tackle says he's just enjoying the process and taking it all in.

"It's been cool and I've already set my commitment date and I'm going to commit June 5th of next year" said Little. "I'm basically considering all of the schools right now, I like all of the schools so far."

"I haven't even started narrowing it down yet."

With plenty of time to wade through the offers and begin formulating a list of favorites, Little says there are a few things that he'll be focusing on when he gets ready to start trying to make a decision.

"It has to be a family and feel like home, great football, great atmosphere and great academics"


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