Available wing Jordan Green performs well

2014 wing Jordan Green led his team to a pair tournament wins and scored at least 20 points in each. A host of mid-major schools are recruiting him.

Jordan Green had a big weekend.

On Friday, the 6-foot-5 wing out of Lexington (Ky.) Henry Clay scored 20 points, including a pair of free throws in the final seconds to catapult the Blue Devils to a win over Lexington (Ky.) Lafayette in the Region tournament.

Just a day later in the second round of the region tournament, Green scored 22 points on 7-for-13 shooting and hit a pair of three-pointers in a blow out win over Versailles (Ky.) Woodford County.

Green has good size, length and athleticism for the wing position. He's capable shooter from three (35-percent on the season), but does majority of his work from mid-range and drives to the rim.

"I'm definitely a scoring option," Green said when asked to describe his game. "And definitely a rebounding and defensive threat."

An available senior, Green is being pursued by a host of mid-major programs.

"Recruiting wise, I'm still wide open," Green said. "I haven't committed anywhere. I'm looking at Eastern [Kentucky], Northern [Kentucky], Jacksonville and Troy and others."

"Florida Gulf Coast has been talking to me," he added. "Marquette has been in the picture. I'm just trying to keep this thing open."

According to his assistant high school coach Mike Jones, Green has also entertained interest form Western Kentucky, New Mexico State, Tennessee Tech, Tennessee-Martin, Longwood and Kentucky Wesleyan.

Green played with the Louisville Magic on the AAU circuit. He's regarded as a three-star prospect on Scout.com.

Green is averaging 20.1 points and 7.6 rebounds a game during his senior season.

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