Elite RB talks favorites

One of Georgia's top running backs for the 2013 class spent one-day in Clemson for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

RB Keyante Green Profile

Eagles Landing Christian Academy [McDonough] junior running back Keyante Green has made several camp stops this summer.

Along with camp in Clemson, he's hit Georgia Tech, Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama. Plans are also in the works for Virginia Tech and Auburn.

The 5-foot-10, 190-pound running back recently talked to CUTigers.com about his trip to Tigertown.

"The facilities were really nice. I really liked the stadium. They were building onto it. When it gets ready, it will be really nice," he said. "I like how the rock is set up and they just run down. You get to touch the rock."

Working out with running backs coach Tony Elliott was also a positive experience.

"I had a lot of fun with the drills. I had fun with the coaches. They showed a lot of interest in me," Green said.

He currently holds offers from South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia Tech, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt and Boston College.

A Clemson offer is still up in the air.

"I'm not sure because it just depends on what they do. They really didn't tell me anything when I was up there," he said.

Are there any favorites?

"Probably, Tennessee," Green said.

The Volunteers have a lot working in their favor.

"The coaches showed me a lot of love. I really liked the stadium. They're really high academically," he said. "It reminds of home, in Atlanta. It's like a smaller Atlanta. There's a lot to do. I liked the river next to the stadium, too."

As a sophomore, Green rushed for 1,200 yards and 26 touchdowns.

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