"Yeah we are all going," the younger Green said. "There is going to be like 20 of us (the Green family)."
Aaron said that it has been hard for his brother to be away from his family. "It's a real big deal for us to be there, even though he isn't playing that much. He misses us." Green said. "We are real close. I mean it (his relationship with his brother) probably will determine a huge factor in where I go to school at."
With such a large group of family going it was questioned if Aaron's cousin, and Corona, California, Eleanor Roosevelt High School stand out, Austin Hill would be in attendance."Austin Hill won't be there," Aaron said. "He should be in Lincoln for the Oklahoma game, and so will I."
When asked what Aaron was looking for from the Huskers this weekend, Aaron was very straight forward.
"I am looking at the offense, and seeing if it fits me." Green said. "I have watched a little bit (this season), but not enough to tell if it fits my game. It's my first game I'll be watching in person."
As for the communication with the Huskers coaching staff, Aaron said he has not talked to anyone from Nebraska in a while. He credits that to both sides being busy..
Green said he had no intention of committing to Nebraska this weekend, and said his recruitment is still very wide open.
"It's really everyone right now," Green said of the schools he is interested in. "I wouldn't say anyone has a certain advantage other then Nebraska, because of my brother. I just like certain things about other schools."
Green has been linked to most of theses schools, but I have never heard him mention Cal before.
"I just like the way their offense looks. Jahvid Best is out there doing his thing."
Aaron said if Hill gives his commitment to Nebraska next week, it will be extremely hard to not give his commitment to a school that his brother, and cousin play at.
"That will be a big deal," Green said. "My dad and his (Hill's) dad talk on a regular basis. We have always lived far apart, but our dads lived together growing up. Austin's dad is really letting him do what he feels is best as far as recruiting goes. My dad wants me to do what is best for me. My parent's decision will be a big deal, but they want me to do whats good for me."
As far as his junior season, the 2011 stand out says things jumped a little off track, but are back on the right path.
"I think I am either at, or close to 1,000 yards on the season, and I have 12 touchdowns (rushing). We are 6-1, and we want to win state. I feel if ever there was a year to win state, this would be it."