When four-star OT Walker Little visited Texas earlier this summer, he wasn't sure what he would experience. The Longhorns made coaching staff changes during the offseason and he wanted to see how he would fit with the new coaches.
Ultimately, the 6-foot-7, 301-pound tackle left Austin very impressed with what the Longhorns have to offer.
"I got a feel for how things were changing and a feel for the new coaching staff," Little said of his visit.
"Whenever there's a new coaching staff like that it will take time, but I definitely hit it off with them well. It is definitely a top school right now for me."
After speaking with the coaches, Little believes the Longhorns will use him as a tackle because the staff feels his length will be a great fit for the o-line.
"They want me as a tackle there. They think I will fit well with my length," he said. "And now with them going to the spread offense, they need long tackles and are getting a lot of good players and recruits.
"Offensive line is a position of need for them, so they definitely want me out there."
Little plans to visit Texas sometime this summer and in the fall. He was not sure if he would be able to make it to the Under The Lights camp, but he does hope to head to Austin one last time this summer.
"I'll probably take another visit this summer and definitely in the fall," Little said of his visits. "I might try to make it out (to UTL) but if not, either before that or after that camp I will probably make it back out there."
Ole Miss, Stanford, Alabama, Michigan and Florida State join Texas as top schools for Little. Although he is unsure of the order, Little claimed Texas is "definitely up there."