Green, who plays safety and running back at Pulaski Academy, could translate into a cornerback, safety, wide receiver or running back at the next level, but the Tar Heels' coaching staff want to see this speedy playmaker in their defensive backfield.
"Coach Hunter told me they want me as either a cornerback or safety," said Green.
Pulaski Academy, with Green playing both sides of the ball, is 11-2 and heading into the State Semifinals. Green's 1,300 rushing yards, 21 touchdowns, 86 tackles, three interceptions, 12 tackles for a loss, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, and two sacks, have, without a doubt, helped Pulaski Academy this far into the playoffs.
This Arkansas standout is still in the process of setting up visits, but plans to schedule each of his five favorites especially a trip to Chapel Hill.
"I don't know much about (Chapel Hill), except the stuff I heard from other people so I want to learn on my visit," remarked Green. "But it seems like a pretty good school from what coach Hunter has told me."
Green stated a surprise verbal could come after any of his visits.