DE Hivera Green
6-5, 270, 4.8
Conway High School
Conway, South Carolina
The 6-5, 255 pound prospect enjoyed the visit to Columbia this weekend. "It was okay. I liked the way the coaches talked. They came in with a positive attitude. They didn't come in and say the first year would be rocky. They said they expect to have a winning season the first year. I had wondered if they would have a negative attitude but they didn't," Green told CUTigers.com.
How did Green rate the visit on a scale of one to ten? "I would say it was an eight."
When asked how the visit impacted his leaders, Green responded, "I want to have an open mind. This month I want everyone to be even."
A decision will come later in January after the Conway standout visits Clemson and Virginia Tech. "I will keep an open mind this month. I will take my other visits and then I will be able to make my decision," said Green.
Coach Swinney is working hard to make sure Green knows how much the Tigers want him in Clemson. "He came down to see me last Tuesday. It was great. He was showing me everything about all the things they are building at Clemson. We talked about what I needed to know about the visit to Clemson."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding defensive lineman from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2005.
Green Comments On Visit
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