Clemson offers Upstate OT

It's been a fruitful start to the spring evaluation period for Boiling Springs High School sophomore offensive tackle Noah Green.

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South Carolina offered on Monday. On Wednesday, Clemson phoned in their offer.

"My coach told me, he said, ‘Meet me in the coach's office.' I went in there and he hit send on his phone," Green told CUTigers on Wednesday afternoon.

"He was calling Jeff Scott. I talked to him and he said he wanted to come up to the school tomorrow, but it didn't work out. He's going to come up to the school next week, next Tuesday.

"But he just wanted to let me know that Clemson was offering me."

When asked what the Clemson offer meant, Green replied: "It's just an honor. It's a blessing."

He had a similar answer when asked about his offers from the two instate powers.

"I think it's a blessing," Green said. "I'm just excited."

South Carolina sent offensive line coach Shawn Elliott by the school on Monday.

"He came and he talked to me. He said that he's watched my film and all. He just wanted to let me know that they were offering me," Green said.

East Carolina was first to offer the 6-foot-5, 275-pound offensive tackle prospect.

With three offers now to his name, Green isn't ready to name any list of favorites.

"I'm just waiting. I'm going to talk to my parents and all. I just want to visit and see what they're like, get a feel for them," he said. Top Stories