OT Noah Green Profile
Boiling Springs junior offensive tackle Noah Green is one of the select few to make trips to both of Clemson's games this season.
The Tigers won both games, 52-13 over S.C. State and 38-35 against Georgia.
"It was crazy and I loved it. It was good," Green told CUTigers in a recent interview, when asked about the Georgia game visit.
That trip was a little different than all the other times Green has visited Clemson. And he's been to Tigertown several times over the last nine months.
"That was, by far, the loudest game I've been to. Everybody was excited for that. It was crazy," Green said.
During that visit, he spoke with offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell and recruiting coordinator Jeff Scott, who serves as Green's primary recruiter for Clemso.
"They just talked to me and treated me like family. I enjoyed the conversation," Green said.
The 6-foot-5, 275-pound prospect has offers from Clemson, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and East Carolina.
"I haven't really decided. I don't know when I'm going to commit," he said.
Several factors will be considered as he works towards that decision.
"Mostly, if I feel like I'm at home when I'm there. If I feel comfortable, and if I like the coaches and all that," Green said.
Back-to-back Clemson visits
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