Atlanta MVP Camp: Wesley Green

Wesley Green is a 2014 corner out of Lithonia, Ga. and he already has big-time offers. He spent Sunday at the MVP Camp in Atlanta and he talks about that, his favorites, and more.

"It was my first MVP Camp and I thought the competition was incredible," said Wesley Green. "I have attended other camps, but the competition at this camp was the best I have seen so far. There were so many good players there."

Green was pleased with his overall performance, but he knows there is still a lot for him to work on.

"I have been running track for so long, so it just felt good to put those football cleats back on. When I got back into football mode, I competed, and I learned a lot.

"I learned not to look back at the quarterback so much because I can get burned doing that. I also need to work on my feet too. We were working on the ladder drills and I did not do as well as I should have, so my dad went and bought me a ladder on the way home, so I can improve on that.

"I think I did pretty good overall, but I know I can do a lot better. I made it to the final Showcase with the best guys, so I am happy about that."

Green was one of a handful of sophomores in attendance with early offers. Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and Virginia Tech have offered him and three of those currently stand out above the rest.

"Georgia, Florida, and Clemson are my top three schools.

"I like the way Georgia runs their defense and how they put their corners in position to make big plays.

"Florida is a school I have been watching since I was a kid. I lived in Florida for a while, so I have always liked them. I like how they play a lot of man coverage too.

"The atmosphere at Clemson is what I like most about them. They have good tradition and being able to touch that rock each week would be exciting."

Although the 5-foot-11, 170 pound cornerback out of Lithonia (GA) M.L.K. has a trio of favorites, he is nowhere close to making up his mind.

"I am going to wait it out and commit to someone after my senior season," Green told Scout. "I am going to take some visits this summer, go to a few camps, and just take my time.

"There is no reason for me to rush into anything, so I am just going to let it all play out."

Green is planning to be an early graduate, so he plans to start college in January 2014. Top Stories