OT Noah Green Profile
Dabo Swinney advised him to take some time, just to be sure.
"When I was at the South Carolina State game, coach Swinney called me into his office and we talked about committing," Green said. "I went home and talked to my parents about it. I knew that was where I wanted to go."
Jeff Scott, Green's recruiter of note, spoke with him a week later.
"I called coach Scott a week before I committed and I told him that I wanted to meet with coach Swinney, because I was ready to commit," Green said. "We went in coach Swinney's office before the [Wake Forest] game and I committed."
A number of reasons led him to that point.
"I would say, when I was looking at colleges and where I wanted to go, I wanted to somewhere that I could see myself and my family could see myself succeeding the most," Green said, "Somewhere I could feel like I was at home when I was there.
"Everything we brought up, Clemson met that. I really liked everything."
A 6-foot-5, 275-pound offensive tackle at Boiling Springs, Green also had offers from East Carolina, North Carolina, South Carolina and Vanderbilt.
"I'm going to work harder than anybody on the field, I can tell you that," Green said. "I'm not going to stand down either."
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