Green Talks LSU Football caught up with one of Louisiana's own Robbie Green (6'0, 170, 4.5). The talented corner explained to TigerRag his stance on the recruiting scene as well as his recent play on the gridiron.

"Things have been going really good," Green stated. "We've been winning lately. We've rebounded from our loss in Texas pretty good. Everyday is a new task for my team and right now we are getting ready for our homecoming game.

"On the season for me personally I have about 23 tackles, 3 interceptions, 8 pass deflections, 2 forced fumbles and some receiving yards," Green added.

Like Green's John Curtis team, he is confident LSU will rebound from their loss to Kentucky this weekend in their game against Auburn.

"I've been to every LSU home game this season," Green stated. "LSU looked really good against Florida and maybe they were a little hungover for the Kentucky game.They did play hard and they fought the whole way through. It showed me the heart of their team. Even though LSU lost the game, that didn't take anything away from them with me.

"I am sure Auburn is going to come out strong on Saturday, but I expect LSU to walk away with another' W'," Green continued. "I have high hopes for LSU and I still think they have a chance at the national title as well."'s 4-star corner back said he keeps up with LSU football on a weekly basis, but coaches from around the country seem to be keeping up with Green.

"I speak to coaches from my top teams just about every other week," Green stated. "Overall it is about 7-8 schools. Schools like LSU, Alabama, USC, Arizona St, Florida, Kentucky, Ole Miss and Tennessee. I talk to coach [Les] Miles and [Larry] Porter about every other week.

"I enjoy talking to the coaches from different schools," Green said. "It doesn't aggravate me at all. Usually they call me for like a check up and to see how things are going. None of them really put pressure on me to commit to their school."

The No. 13 ranked corner says he is confident that the phone calls will be put to rest before signing day.

"I think I will definitely have my decision made way before signing day," Green admitted. "I want to let the schools know sooner rather than later so that way they do not have to hold a scholarship for me."

Notes: Green was a shutdown corner back for one of the top defenses in the state as a junior. He picked off 4 passes, broke up 15 more and logged 30 tackles for powerhouse John Curtis; he benches 295 pounds, squats 410 and has a 33-inch vertical jump.

Green reports a 3.0 core GPA and a 17 ACT, which he is retaking.

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