"It feels good to see so many of my friends coming to Mississippi State," said Green, "I know everybody and we're all cool.
"We're going to be able to spend the next four years together and do some big things up here.
"I feel great."
Green reports that Mississippi State has become the "It" school in the state of Mississippi.
"We're trying to get all of the best players in Mississippi to come to Mississippi State," said Green. "That's the best thing for everybody.
"That's what we're trying to do now, right here in Mississippi."
Green had the chance to spend his Friday with many of the Bulldog commitments and priority targets.
"I had a great time," said Green of Big Dawg camp. "I had a lot of fun being out here with all of my friends and competing against each other.
"I worked with Coach (Scott) Sallach and I learned a lot from him.
"I learned some things I can work on to help me this season and then come up here ready to dominate."
The Cobras of Wesson High struggled through a rebuilding season last fall, but Green expects his team to rebound this year.
"I feel like we're going to be better this year," said Green. "I feel like last year we had to get used to our new coach and a lot of our seniors didn't really come together.
"It's not going to be like that this year.
"We're all more comfortable now and I'm ready to go lead the team and try to win some games."