The Commitment: 5-Star Greg Little Announces College with DJ Drama Hit Track

B/R StudiosFeatured ColumnistDecember 16, 2015

Bleacher Report

The decision is here.

Greg Little—the No. 2 overall prospect in the class of 2016, per 247Sports' composite rankings—has narrowed down his decision to Alabama, LSU, Georgia, Ole Miss and Auburn. Where will one of the most physically imposing high school prospects decide to play his college football? 

Watch as the Allen High School (Texas) standout reveals his announcement exclusively with Bleacher Report. 

Special thanks to the American Broadcast School for allowing us to film in Arlington, Texas. We appreciate you opening your facilities to us and giving us the opportunity to film at your school.

Also, special thanks to Denny Garver and Eddy Clinton (announcers of the feature film Varsity Blues) for their amazing work with the voice-over. We appreciate your help in the making of this video.

Personalized Song by Ghetty
Music Courtesy of Entertainment One Music
Artist: DJ Drama featuring 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, Jeremih
Song: "My Moment" (iTunes)

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