Greg Little is an American football offensive tackle for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Ole Miss.
Little was born and raised in Allen, Texas, and attended Allen High School, where he was a starter on the offensive line for all three of his years there.
Little’s contributions as a blocker for quarterback Kyler Murray were essential in Allen’s back-to-back perfect seasons and state championships in 6A Division 1 of the UIL in 2013 and 2014.
During Little’s senior year at Allen, the team continued its streak of perfect play, going unbeaten until the state championship quarterfinals, when they were defeated by Sam Ehlinger’s team from Austin Westlake.
ESPN listed Little as the overall No. 2 prospect in the class of 2016, right behind Rashan Gary, despite the fact that Little was considered to be a five-star recruit.
How Good Is Greg Little?
When Marty Hurney selected Greg Little with the 37th overall choice in 2019, Panthers supporters all across the world believed that the hole had been filled with the big man out of Ole Miss. Little was drafted by the Panthers in 2019.
After two years and four months had passed, Greg Little was dealt to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for a choice in the seventh round. As a result, the Carolina Panthers will continue to struggle to find a suitable replacement for Little at left tackle.