OT Noah Green Profile
The Boiling Springs High School sophomore visited Tigertown on Saturday for the annual Orange and White spring game.
"It was good. It was a really good experience," he told CUTigers on Sunday.
Green, who checks in at 6-5, 270, visited Clemson earlier this month to watch spring practice. Saturday's visit was more involved than his previous trip.
"They have really nice facilities," he said. "We got to tour all of that, the locker room and the weight room, all of that. It was good."
Offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell spoke with Green again on Saturday.
"He was just talking with me about coming down. He's going to come down for spring practice and watch me play and all. I'm looking forward to that," Green said.
What stood out about the game?
"They want to win, even if they're playing against each other. That shows."
Green recently picked up an offer from East Carolina, which was his first. Along with Clemson, he's also hearing from South Carolina, North Carolina and Maryland.
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