Green has already taken an official visit to Oregon State and was supposed
to trip to LSU last weekend but had to cancel it.
"We played on Wednesday of that week so our coach scheduled a practice for us on Saturday," Green said. "I'm definitely going to take the visit to LSU but I'll probably wait until our season is over to schedule it. It's kind of hard to schedule trips when you don't know if you'll have a game that weekend."
Green said he has a tentative visit set with Washington for December 13 but that could be moved to the 20th if his Birmingham team has a playoff conflict.
"Right now, my top five are LSU, Washington, UCLA, Oregon and Arizona State," Green said. "LSU, Washington and UCLA are my top three. I already used one of my trips so I may not visit UCLA officially because I know a lot about them already and can visit them unofficially any time.
"That would allow me to visit the other four schools that I like. Everyone but UCLA has offered. I know they want to and we've talked about it, but I haven't gotten anything in writing yet. It's kind of weird with them, they said they need to wait until I pass through their admissions process first and then they can offer me so hopefully that will happen."
Birmingham is favored to defeat Gardena in the city semi-finals this week, which would set up a likely city showdown with rival Woodland Hills- Taft.
"We're very competitive with those guys," Green said. "Whether it's a passing league game or a regular season game, things always get heated when we play them. They're very good and we have a lot of respect for them. We're just hoping to play them again but we're not looking past Gardena at all right now."