LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. -- Five-star offensive tackle Greg Little has been committed to Texas A&M since June 2014, yet the No. 2-ranked prospect is still keeping his options open.
Little, a 6-foot-6, 290-pound prospect from Allen (Texas) High School, has visited two schools so far this summer and has tentative plans to visit other schools by summer’s end.
"I have already been to Alabama and Ole Miss this summer,” Little said. “They are two good schools, I like them a lot. I’m going to try to visit both schools again and try to get a better feel for both schools. I don’t have any other visits set in stone, but I am trying to go to Auburn and to Ohio State by the time summer ends. I have a good relationship with both of those coaching staffs, so I just want to check out both schools.”
The No. 1 offensive tackle in the ESPN 300 said he has spoken with Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin about taking other visits and according to Little, Sumlin doesn't seem to take issue with his star recruit looking around at other schools.
"He agrees that I should take those visits,” Little said. "He knows that this is a lifelong decision and I have to make sure this is the best decision for me and my future.”
So just how firm is Little’s commitment to the Aggies?
"It’s a soft commit right now,” Little said. "It would take just a better feel for the coaches and campus at another school than what I have now at A&M for me to change my commitment.”
Despite being committed, Little has a date in mind of when he would like to completely shut down his recruitment.
“The fourth of November,” Little said. “That’s my birthday."