Broken Arrow, OK
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6-2 / 305
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2011 (Freshman): Started games against Louisiana, Kansas State, Texas Tech and Iowa State ... Ended the season with 16 tackles ... Had a sack and a season-best three tackles against Kansas State ... Tied a season-best with three stops against the Sooners ... Had a TFL vs. Kansas.
High School: Participated in the Offense-Defense All-American Game as well as the Max Emfinger All-American Bowl ... Ranked by Scout as the nation's 47th best defensive tackle prospect ... Rivals considered him No. 50 among the nation's tackles and No. 17 in the state of Oklahoma ... An all-region selection by SuperPrep as the No. 36 prospect in the nine-state Midlands area ... A second-team Oklahoma all-stater as an offensive lineman ... Had a SuperPrep Midlands regional ranking of 38th in the preseason.
Personal: Born March 31, 1991, in Claremore ... Son of Jim and Claudina Littlehead ... Has a brother and a sister ... Played for former Cowboy Brent Scott at Sequoyah High School ... Also participated in basketball and baseball ... Education major ... Nebraska, North Carolina, Ole Miss, Louisville, Kansas and Kansas State were among his offers.