Former North Carolina wide receiver Greg Little, who was declared permanently ineligible by the NCAA for taking impermissible benefits, has chosen Octagon Sports as his agency for contract representation.
Octagon director of communications Scott Horner confirmed Little's signing in an e-mail message today.
According to an NCAA news release, Little accepted $4,952 in impermissible benefits. The joint investigation by the NCAA and the school found that he accepted diamond earrings and travel accommodations to the Bahamas, Washington, D.C., and on two trips to Miami, among other benefits.
UNC also concluded that he was not truthful during interviews with the NCAA and UNC. Little was found to be involation of NCAA agent benefits, preferential treatment and ethical conduct rules.
He is rated the No. 92 prospect in the 2011 NFL draft and projected as a fourth-round selection by CBSsports.com.
Little was North Carolina's leading receiver in 2009, catching 62 passes for 724 yards and and five touchdowns.