"I'm just thinking about getting (the decision) over with," Green said. "I'll be making my decision in the next couple of weeks."
"It was cool, it was fun, I loved it," Green said of the camp. Just playing against the schools, it was real exciting. It helps though, playing those big schools. I think it helps, it always helps. That's why our coaches, and all our players enjoy playing bigger schools."
Green, who plays quarterback on offense and defensive end during the regular season, was pressed into action at quarterback, receiver, tight end and safety during the camp. He enjoyed the ability to play multiple positions during the camp.
"I just ran out of legs (by the end of the camp)," Green said. "It's not hard (playing multiple positions). I don't consider myself a straight defensive end. I can play multiple positions."
Being at Pitt, one of the schools Green has in his current top three, he had a chance to look at the facilities once more. Surprisingly, he didn't meet with any of the coaches one-on-one, but then again, he has been to Pitt enough times, and met with the staff enough before.
"I talked to some coaches here and there, but it was never, one-on-one," Green said. "It wasn't a conversation. They walked past, I walked past, but I've met with them before."
Clairton won't be making any more passing camps for the summer, but Green expects to get to Cincinnati in a couple weeks for a barbeque, as many schools have throughout the summer.