Though Green isn’t the biggest point guard around, he can be dynamic. Sometimes that comes through passing and setting up teammates, and other times it comes with his shooting. On Wednesday night Green absolutely impressed with his ability to shoot the basketball. At times during the evening game Green was absolutely unguardable. The very intelligent Green knows how to create space with his dribble and also moves well without the basketball. Green is someone who knows how to pass as well, and set up easy buckets for his teammates. Green is adamant that he remains very open in the recruiting process, but schools such as Maryland, Villanova, Temple, St. John’s, Seton Hall, Penn State, Ohio State, Xavier, and St. Joseph’s are all in the mix.
Battle of Borders: Quade Green
It was a solid spring and now the summer continues to progress very well for Quade Green. The class of 2017 prospect has a ton of college attention, and on Wednesday night he proved the coaches are spending their time wisely recruiting him.
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