The interest is mutual for the 6-5 ½, 205-pound St. Mary's High (N.Y.) senior, who will attend the Reebok ABCD Camp early next month.
"I really like N.C. State," Green said. "The coaching staff is great and the facilities are crazy nice."
Green recently took unofficial visits to both N.C. State and St. John's. Both schools, in addition to Pittsburgh, have offered scholarships, and those three appear to be in the lead at this point. Georgetown, UConn, Virginia and Virginia Tech are also under consideration.
"I'm happy with the schools I'm looking at right now, but I'd like to have a good camp at ABCD so that people see me and I get a better rating," Green said. "I want to get into the Top 25 and make the McDonald's Game." "The biggest thing for me is how much I'll play as a freshman," Green added. "The location doesn't really matter."
The versatile Green, who played well with the New York Panthers this spring, doesn't do any one thing spectacular – but he does everything well. His outside jumper has been falling lately, but Green still needs to be more aggressive in going to the basket. "He's kind of a poor man's Ron Artest," New York Panthers coach Gary Charles said. "He can play four or five different positions."
Green transferred from North Babylon to St. Mary's after his freshman season and has averaged 18 points in each of his two seasons at St. Mary's.