Alabama has often raided south Florida for elite football talent under Nick Saban. The 2022 recruiting class seems no different, headlined by Earl Little Jr., an absolute playmaker from American Heritage High School. Alabama looks to maintain its strong connections in this area which has yielded recruits such as Jerry Juedy, Amari Cooper, and Calvin Ridley just to name a few. A tenacious DB known for his ball-hawking and cover skills, Little said that he can play in any defense. However, he prefers to play man because he is able to use his hands on the opposing player. Coming from the same high school that has produced several talented players such as: Tyson Campbell and Pat Surtain II, you can rest assured that Little Jr. has been coached to his full potential.
Earl Little Jr. was gracious enough to speak with Tide Talk Sports recruiting analyst, Cory Dees, and he shed some light into his recruitment and the overall process. When asked about his top schools currently, Earl Little replied that “Alabama, Florida, LSU, Miami, and Auburn” currently round out his top 5. He also noted that he plans to take his recruitment until National Signing Day. New Alabama coaches Robert Gillespie and Jay Valai have been keeping constant contact with the Sunshine State star and will continue to be a factor in his recruitment.
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Cory Dees is an Alabama football and recruiting analyst for Team Tide Talk. Follow him on Twitter @DeesTTS. Always feel free to reach out with questions and comments. Roll Tide.
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