"Yeah, but I haven't heard from them in a while, and I don't know if they are going to offer me or not," said Little. "Clemson, Wake Forest, and Navy are the three schools I've set visits with so far and I guess those would be my top three schools outside of Georgia Tech."
Little had a great time at the Shrine Bowl and proved to be extremely effective against South Carolina verbal commitment Noah Whiteside, who was held without a reception on the afternoon.
"We had a great down there," said Little. "Plus we won the game, so that made it all worthwhile."
Little said that he's looking forward to getting down to Clemson this weekend for his official visit, but he doesn't think that a commitment will likely come out of this trip to Tiger Town.
"Nah, I need to take all of my other visits first. I'm going to Clemson this weekend, Navy on January 17th, and Wake Forest on the 24th," said Little.
"I just want to go somewhere I feel comfortable you know. I want to sit down the coaches and see how they treat the players and everything. I also want to be an engineer, so that's important to me as well," Little added.
The North Carolina native also maintains that Coach O'Cain is still in steady contact, and that he is being recruited as a free safety. We'll continue to keep you updated on Keenan Little, right up through signing day.