Jeffersonville (Ga.) Twiggs County offensive lineman Chris Little picked up offer No. 12 during school on Wednesday.
"I happened to be in the coaches office when (Michigan State assistant) Ben Sirmans called," said Little. "My coach put me on the phone and Coach Sirmans told me I had a scholarship at Michigan State."
Little lives in Middle Georgia and doesn't know much about East Lansing, Mich., but he says he may check it out this fall.
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"I know Michigan State is a pretty good school, but that is about all I know right now. I may get up there for a game this year and check them out."
This big 6-foot-6, 320-pound Georgia lineman has become one of the most wanted offensive tackle prospects in the south.
"I am getting letters from everywhere," he said. "I kind of expected this offer from Michigan State because they have been sending me a lot of mail. I am not sure who the next offer will come from because I get mail from so many schools and my coach gets calls from all over."
Little will visit one of the schools that have offered him on March 25.
"I am scheduled to visit Florida State that weekend," Little said. "That will be my third unofficial visit this spring. I have been to Georgia and Georgia Tech already."
Little is getting approximately 25 letters a day from schools like Southern Cal, Miami, Michigan, Penn State, and many more.
He is not ready to trim his list yet, but expect Little to reveal his favorites list later this summer.