Green set to see Nebraska

Nebraska is looking for some more help on the defensive side of the ball and one of the positions that Nebraska appears to be targeting is cornerback. The Huskers already have one commitment at cornerback, but this weekend they are bringing in a cornerback that they appear to have a pretty good shot to get. He would like to see if Nebraska is a good fit this weekend.

San Antonio (Texas) James Madison is a playoff caliber team according to, 6-foot-0 and 180-pound, Andrew Green. The Mavericks will have to replace a lot of starters, but are still talented.

"I think that we have a playoff team," Green said. "I think that we have the chance to be a very good team this year. We just need to go out and play hard."

Green is widely considered to be one of the top players and cornerbacks in the state of Texas after a five interception season last year. Recruiting is going good for him and he will make his first official visit this weekend.

"Recruiting is going good. I am going to take an official visit on September 6 to Nebraska. I am looking to see how I can fit in there at Nebraska on the visit.

"I saw LSU play in the championship and I saw how Bo Pelini uses his cornerbacks. He likes to be aggressive on defense. I just like to be aggressive on the field."

The Huskers are looking for effort and aggressiveness on defense. That seems to be the cornerstone that their defense is built upon. Green says that is right up his alley and will see how he fits in this weekend.

"I will do anything on defense. I can play man in bump and run or I can play zone. I will also come up and make the tackle supporting the run. I just want to make plays."

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