Although Little is not a natural DE, that is where we will list him for NFL purposes. He played MLB his Sr. year at Tennessee, but most of his career, he has been an outside edge rusher with very little responsibilities, pass coverage and drops.. He is another undersized guy that has a great knack of rushing the QB and making big plays.. He is more of a compact type DE that fits perfectly in the role of a 3-4 OLB that has primary pass rush responsibilities and very little coverage assignments.. He has great initial quickness and intensity, and he flies to the football. He has a knack for avoiding blocks and getting to the ball, and he is an explosive overall player with a great motor. He had a knee injury in ‘96, but it appears to be behind him, and he should be somewhat of an impact player at the NFL level.