A member of the Final Five offensive linemen at The Opening, Houston Episcopal offensive tackle Walker Little was a standout at the event because of plays like this one:
The top Texas Longhorns offensive line target, Little has seen his stock rise throughout the spring and summer. After his big-time showing in Oregon, he could receive another boost at the next rankings update because praise for his work there was pretty unanimous.
When an All-Pro like Trent Williams sings your praises, you know you have a bright future. Walker Little has a chance to be great one.— Daniel Seahorn (@CoachSeahorn) July 10, 2016
Walker Little, learning to trust his feet & use leverage/strength. Had a couple of "no sneakers in the club" moments where he tossed DEs out— Michael Felder (@InTheBleachers) July 12, 2016
At 6’8, 305 pounds, Little looks like a prototypical left tackle at the next level. Ranked as a consensus four-star prospect, he’s the No. 57 player nationally, the No. 12 offensive tackle, and the No. 7 player in Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Texas is in good shape with the teammate of No. 1 defensive tackle Marvin Wilson, but face strong competition from Stanford and Ole Miss.