"I liked it," Green said. "I liked [Louisville] and the surroundings. We spoke to Charlie Strong a little and he told us to have fun in camp. I like the program. They're trying to get some more out of state players to help them in the Big East."
Though Green is rated a two-star safety, Louisville worked him out at linebacker and safety. At 6-1, 205-pounds, Green, who runs a 4.55 forty, could play either position in college.
"I worked with the defensive backs coach and the linebacker coach, Coach B.J. [Brian Jean-Marie]," Green said. "They just showed me the proper technique for the linebackers and strong safeties."
"I'm just waiting for one now," Green said. "They said they see good things about me. I think they might call when they finish meeting up with the good news."
Green, who recorded 105 tackles as a junior, said he'll attend camps at Arkansas State and Tennessee next month. Green told Scout.com this month that Louisville holds a spot in his top five.