ArmySports.com: What was the most significant factor that led you to pick Army?
David Green: It was Army's recruiting. Out of all the teams, over the past two years they have been all over me. I verballed the day before signing day and they (Army) stuck with me through the recruiting process.
ArmySports.com: What other schools were you hearing from and did you have any other offers?
David Green: I was being recruited by Pitt, Villanova and Richmond.
ArmySports.com: How solid is your commitment to Army should Pitt (as an example) now indicate that they have a scholarship for you?
David Green: I would tell them it's too late. Army was straight with me and gave me my options, that's where I'm going, so I don't care who calls and offers now.
ArmySports.com: Is there a TE in the college or professional ranks that you emulate?
David Green: I like to look at people who play and act like I do. So Frank Wycheck comes to mind. He catches a lot of balls, which I love to do
ArmySports.com: How would you describe your style of play as a football player?
David Green: A lot of people get jacked up, yell and screaming. I'm a little laid back. But, I get jacked up for the game and when the game starts, I'm as jacked up as anybody if not more.
ArmySports.com: What is your primary position on the offensive line?
David Green: Tight-End
ArmySports.com: What is greatest experience as a football player so far?
David Green: Being picked for the East/West game and I'm a finalist for the Big33 game (Penn. Vs. Ohio All-Star game).
ArmySports.com: Congratulations on your decision to attend West Point and join the Black Knights
David Green: Thank you