"I actually committed to NC State on Wednesday," said Greene. "What was funny is coach Bridge was actually coming down to see me that day. I told him before he came that I've made a decision and was ready to let him know that I'd be playing for the Wolfpack.
"I feel it's a good choice for me and the coaches were real happy about my decision. I'm solid with NC State. The Rutgers coaches were coming down Friday, but I told them not to worry about it."
Greene recently visited NC State and left impressed with the Wolfpack.
"It was a good experience I'd say," said Greene. "We went to the basketball game and then we were just chilling with the coaches and players. We didn't do too much else besides that.
"My host was Curtis Underwood and me and him clicked. Coach (Tom) O'Brien is a very laid back guy. He's trying to get a good class up there. I think he's a good guy. Their running backs coach (Jason Swepson) has really good experience. He's good at what he does. He seems like he's a good guy, too. All of them are good guys."
With scholarship offers on the table from NC State, Rutgers, Georgia, Alabama, and Syracuse among others, Greene narrowed his list to NC State and Rutgers before reaching his final decision.
"It was a tough decision but when I listed my pros and cons NC State had more pros," said Greene. "There were a lot of things I liked about NC State. I like the playing time situation at my position, and I like the players on the team. I also like Raleigh and I think NC State will be a great place to go to college. Another thing is I like that they play on grass while Rutgers has turf."
Greene is rated the No. 45 running back in the nation by Scout.com. As a senior he rushed for nearly 1,400 yards and 21 touchdowns despite missing six games with an ankle injury.
Pack Pride will have more on his decision in the near future so stay tuned!