Cameron Green Picks Up Iowa State Offer

The Cyclones offered two Chicago-area wide receivers on Wednesday, and it just so happens they know each other. already caught up with Flynn Nagel and now we chat with Cameron Green

Iowa State on Wednesday double-dipped into the Chicago area, offering two 2015 wide receivers: Flynn Nagel of Lemont and Cameron Green of Stevenson.

"I was pretty happy about it," Green told on Thursday. "Pretty cool being offered from them. I talked to my Coach and he was very excited about it as well."

On Wednesday, Nagel said, "It was a really experience for me to be offered by them."

The two have been teammates on the same Chicago-area 7-on-7 team since they were freshmen.

"We haven't talked too much about [playing together in college]," Green said. "We just congratulate each other on scholarships and everything."

Iowa State's offer brings Green's FBS total to six, including Illinois, Iowa, Purdue, Boston College and Toledo. The 6-foot-2 three-star is hoping to get to ISU's Junior Day on March 8.

"They will be a school I consider," Green said in reference to his ultimate decision. "I'm trying to go down there (for Junior Day) but I don't know. Hopefully I'll get down there."

While Nagel is a slot type, Green is better at high-pointing a ball.

"I'd compliment Flynn's speed, he makes some good moves in open space and is good with his hands," Green said. "I [can get] the jump balls and create space against a defensive back."

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