"Syracuse still has an offer out to Courtney but the new staff just wants to see one more tape on him. Courtney still has to take more classes at Bridgton Prep to be eligible in the fall, so it will be a little while before he is fully qualified." Coach Rhett also said the new coaching change at Syracuse will not effect Courtney.
"Courtney just wants to play
he is not worried about the coaching situation. If
Syracuse remains committed to him, Courtney will be
going to Syracuse." Coach Rhett also said that schools
like Clemson and UConn are showing strong interest in
him and could be close to offering him.
Courtney Greene is a 6-foot-1, 190-pound RB/DB that
was named Fourth Team All-State and First Team
All-Westchester County in 2003. As a running back, he
ran for 1,008 yards and 17 touchdowns. Greene also led
the 2003 NYS Class AA champion's New Rochelle in
tackles and interceptions as a defensive back. Greene
did not qualify academically after high school and
prepped at Bridgton Academy this past season .
Courtney Greene still on Syracuse's radar
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