Catching up with Green

Three-star offensive tackle commitment Noah Green was the second commitment to Clemson's 2015 signing class.

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The Boiling Springs junior pulled the trigger when he was in town for the Wake Forest game last September. He was in Clemson for just about every other home game this season. And he returned earlier this month for the Elite Junior Day.

"That was a great event, really bonded with the players there," Green told CUTigers, during a recent interview.

"Hopefully, we'll get some of them on board. It was just a real laid-back day. We got to hang out with the coaches and talk to them, visited and did a tour around campus, so that was cool."

Among the other prospects in town that day was Mitch Hyatt, the five-star offensive tackle who committed to Clemson just days after the event.

"It's exciting," Green said. "I met him at the spring game last year. Ever since then, we've been keeping in touch a little bit. I'm excited to get him on board."

The Tigers' 2015 class is now ranked by as ninth-best in the country.

"I think it's started off great. I think we'll get some more good ones. I think, in two years, we'll be up for a National Championship," Green said.

Rock-solid with his pledge to Clemson, Green said he continues the be recruited by others, but it's pretty light.

"I'm getting a little bit of mail, but not a whole lot. I haven't kept in touch with anyone here lately," he said. Top Stories