This weekend Green was busy as he made his way north to Lincoln, Neb., for the Huskers' Red-White game and then on the way home stopped in Stillwater to check out the Oklahoma State campus. Green wasn't alone as he was joined by defensive tackle Quincy Russell from San Antonio (Houston), Texas.
Green found both stops exciting.
"Nebraska, it was cool," said Green. "They had a whole lot of people at the game. It was nearly sold out (77,690). I was impressed with their fans and the way they came to support their team."
The next day Green and Russell stopped with their traveling party in Stillwater at Oklahoma State.
"It was nice," said Green. "I really liked the facilities, the coaches, and all the stuff they have there."
Green said his plan is to take his recruiting to the end of the recruiting season and not make a decision until after he takes his official visits.
"Everyone really," answered Green when asked who his top schools are. "Not sure," when asked how many official scholarship offers he is up to now.
We know he has offers from both the schools he checked out this weekend - Nebraska and Oklahoma State. Others on the offer list we know of include Alabama, Baylor, California, Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and USC.
Green told us he has qualified for regionals in track in both the 4x200 meter relay and the 110-meter hurdles. He will also be involved in spring football which begins at Madison the first week of May.