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4-star CB Graceson Littleton locks in five official visits

hunterby:Hunter Shelton05/29/24


The recruitment of Tampa Wiregrass Ranch four-star cornerback Graceson Littleton is about to heat up.

After continuing to work through his process this spring, the 6-foot, 180-pound defensive back is now preparing to take five official visits in the coming weeks. Littleton tells On3’s Chad Simmons that he will officially visit Penn State (May 31), Clemson (June 3), Alabama (June 7), Oklahoma (June 14) and Iowa (June 21).

Littleton is the No. 128 overall prospect and No. 13 corner in the 2025 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He’s also the No. 19 player in Florida.

“The most important things are culture, development, stability, the nutrition and strength and conditioning programs, and opportunity,” Littleton told On3 last month.

Littleton was back on the road this spring and has recently logged visits to Iowa, Penn State and Alabama. Since the end of April, his offer sheet has continued to expand with some of the top schools in the nation. Clemson, Georgia, Michigan, USC and Auburn have all joined the race as of late. The offer from Dabo Swinney’s program in particular made a splash with Littleton.

“This offer makes them a school I am definitely interested in,” Littleton told On3 after his visit to Death Valley last month. “After the visit and seeing everything, they have a chance to make something happen.

“We toured the whole football facility and campus. We saw everything. The highlights of the trip were getting the offer, then touring the football facility and seeing all kinds of things they have to offer. It was nice to see all the things to do while not occupied by football. Talking to Coach Reed about how he develops and his techniques was a highlight too.”

Each of his recent visits have also made a positive impact on his recruitment. He’s logged a pair of trips to Alabama ahead of his upcoming OV, while his Penn State trip this weekend has already been on the books.

“I was very impressed with everything,” Littleton previously said of Penn State to BWI. “I looked at the whole facility and attended practice, sat down with all the coaches, including coach Franklin. The things that stood out the most is the intensity and culture.”

Littleton named a top 10 of Florida, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Rutgers, Iowa, Penn State, Kansas State, Kentucky, UCF and Alabama last month.