Wesson, Mississippi standout Farrod Green entered the recruiting process intent on playing wide receiver on the next level. With the mismatches his size and athleticism brings, Green now looks to be the top tight end prospect in his home state of Mississippi. See footage of Green in action in this video presentation.
may be the most improved football player in the Magnolia State. Green really filled out his frame this year and has learned to play a more physical brand of football. Green is willing to play with his hand in the ground and inline block or flex out wide and play as a receiver outside the numbers.
Green is a long strider who has the ability to cover a lot of real estate in his natural gait, but his change of direction is extremely fluid for a guy his size. He is a real threat on the open field.
What is most impressive about Green is his ability to elevate and make plays on the ball in the air. His ability to high point the football sets him apart from other players at his position. Green can even sky over double coverage and he possesses the ability to regain his footing and get up field after the aerial encounter.