Green Visits Green

San Antonio Madison running back Aaron Green has enough Division 1 offers to make any Junior's head spin, and got to talk with this four star powerhouse about his Junior Day experience at Baylor University.

With the ups and downs of signing day still fresh on the mind, it may seem a little early to start thinking about next year's recruiting class. However, the Baylor football program is once again beginning the search for talented young athletes. One of the more impressive recruits to show up at Baylor's 2010 Junior Day was none other than Aaron Green. Green took some time to talk to us about his experience as well as the seemingly overwhelming number of offers he has.

"There's so many schools giving me offers at this point, I just can't say that I have a favorite, or even a top five either."

Green has, at the least, shown some interest in Baylor, as proven by his attendance at Junior Day. He had a few words for us about his time in Waco.

"It went really well. They day was really nice, and it was really impressive. The coaching staff is really cool, and I knew a lot of the players on the team that were there. I got to spend a bunch of time with them [the players] just basically talking and having fun, asking questions and stuff."

Athletics aside, Green also had nothing but positive feelings about the school itself.

"I really like that private school feel. The fact that the student teacher ratio is so good as well as the academics really draws me in."

Green's more immediate plans include attending Junior Day at the University of Texas this coming weekend, as well as running track. He was also eager to point out that he'd be playing against some of the best the state has to offer in the upcoming football season.

"Were playing against Malcolm Brown's team game one of next year, and I'm looking forward to it."

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