Upstate OT visits Clemson

Last Friday, this 6-foot-5, 270-pound offensive tackle from Boiling Springs was in Clemson to watch practice.

It was the third visit to the Clemson campus for Noah Green, a sophomore at Boiling Springs High School.

"It was good. I liked it," he told CUTigers earlier this week.

Green added, "It was a real good tempo and fast. It was pretty intense, too."

Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell spent time speaking with Green after practice.

"He was just saying that he liked me," Green said. "He was saying that I was on his radar and is looking forward to me coming to camp this summer."

Green visited Clemson twice last year, once for camp and again for the Maryland game.

"I visited Carolina on Thursday, the day before [Clemson visit No. 3]," he said. "It was good. They gave me a tour. I talked to coach [Shawn] Elliott up there."

The plan, for now, is to make several stops this summer.

"This summer I'm going to hit some camps. I'm looking forward to that," Green said. "I'm going to try to go to Clemson and Carolina camp. Georgia and North Carolina and whatever else comes up."

Several factors will be considered by the offensive tackle as he moves forward with the recruiting process.

"Just the atmosphere [and] where makes me feel like I'm at home," he said. Top Stories