Tackle | Mississippi | Junior
Height: 6-foot-5 | Weight: 310 pounds
2018: Started all 12 games at left tackle; named a Second-Team All-American by multiple outlets; was a First-Team All-SEC selection by both coaches and media; was a finalist for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award, which is given to the best offensive player in the NCAA from Texas or a college in Texas; helped Mississippi's offense lead the SEC and finish fifth in the nation in passing offense with 346.4 yards per game
Career: Played in 36 career college games, starting 29 of them, all at left tackle; named a Second-Team All-American by multiple outlets and was a First-Team All-SEC selection by both coaches and media in 2018 as a junior; earned Second-Team All-SEC honors in his sophomore season; Freshman All-American in 2016 while starting five games; named to the Freshman All-SEC first team by conference coaches
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Summary: Little certainly has the size to play offensive tackle in the NFL, as he is 6-foot-5 and 310 pounds with an arm-length of 35 ¼ inches. The native of Allen, Texas, was a highly-regarded high school prospect who settled into the left tackle spot at Mississippi in his freshman season and never let go of his starting job. Little has been projected as a potential first-round pick in multiple mock drafts.
Lance Zierlein of NFL.com wrote that Little has the prototype body for his position. He also noted that "while he wasn't asked to do it much in 2018, he has the athletic ability to handle zone-blocking duties, which could suit his skill set more than a physical rush attack. Little is a natural bender with good feet and pepper in his punch as [a] blind-side protector, but his average anchor and inconsistent body control create some concern."
Little's full scouting report on NFL.com can be found **here**.
Stacking up: Draft analyst Dane Brugler, who writes for The Athletic, has Little as the No. 3 prospect at the position. NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks ranked Little as the No. 5 tackle. Daniel Jeremiah had Little as the 48th overall player on his list of the Top 50 prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Quite the trio: Little was on the same high school football team with Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray and Oklahoma offensive lineman Cody Ford. The two Sooners, plus Little, are all expected to be drafted in April.