A week before, Green hauled in an 11-yard score from Stafford with less than two minutes left in the game as the Bulldogs beat Kentucky 42-38 in Lexington.
Averaging 16.2 yards per catch on five receptions for 81 yards against the Tigers, Green is attempting to become the first freshman to lead the league in receiving yards per game since 1999. Through 11 games, he leads the SEC with an average of 80.6 yards per game and he has the most yards (887) of any receiver in the league. Green also has seven touchdowns this year.
Green is looking to become the first Bulldog to lead the SEC in receiving since 1994 (Brice Hunter) and the first freshman to top the conference in receiving yards per game since 1999. He is also only 113 yards away from becoming only the second Georgia receiver in history to register 1,000 yards in one season (Terrence Edwards-2002).
This is Green's second SEC honor this year after also being named the SEC Freshman Player of the Week following the Arizona State game.