One of the top offensive linemen in the state of Texas is Corsicana's Courtney Green and he has started to narrow down the list of schools he is looking at.
Green, a 6'4'' 280 lb. guard with ample speed at 5.2, has already received offers from Baylor, Ole Miss, Oklahoma State and TCU, but says he feels like two schools stand out above the others.
"The two I really like right now are Oklahoma State and Baylor," Green said, "Oklahoma State seems like it would be a really cool place to play and a good school, and I like Baylor because it is close to home."
Green has been in contact with coaches from both schools, who told him they have been watching his film and really like the way he plays.
In addition to those already giving Courtney offers, several schools, including LSU, Texas A&M and Oklahoma have shown interest but have not offered him anything as of yet.
"LSU talked about giving me an offer not too long ago," Green stated.
LSU wide receivers coach/passing game coordinator Todd Monken is recruiting Green and chances are he will be one of the many coaches stopping by Corsicana over the next three weeks.
If Monken likes what he sees and a scholarship offer comes his way would Green put the Tigers up there with Oklahoma State and Baylor?
"If LSU offers I would be more interested in them but they haven't offered yet," explained Green.
Green plans on making visits to several schools soon and hopes to attend several camps over the summer to help prepare him for next season.
"As a team, we are going to work hard, because we really want to win a state championship," Green stated. "We've been close before, but haven't gotten there yet."
As for him individually, Green said the thing he wants to work on above everything else is keeping his grades up and then staying on the weights to get him ready for his senior season.
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