"I have worked really hard over the last year, putting in a lot of extra work," Greene said. "Along with our practices at Serra, I work with my uncle every Wednesday and Saturday. We do a ton of work on my feet and getting myself set when I throw, it has really improved my accuracy."
Serra rolled over an overmatched Oakdale (Calif.) squad 42-15 last weekend in the Div II CIF State Championship game. Greene had 246 all-purpose yards and threw for two touchdowns and is definitely a quarterback colleges should watch closely this coming spring.
"This is an amazing feeling," Greene said Saturday following Serra's State Championship Game. "We watched film and knew they would come out and play hard but we thought we matched up well. We're playing our best football of the season right now and we really feel like we can match up with anyone."
On the recruiting front, Greene is still waiting for his first scholarship offer to come in and is planning a busy summer.
"I don't have any favorites right now, I'm just working hard and trying to get better. You can always get better, and I know I have a lot of areas where I can improve. I want to be smarter with the ball and improve my decision making as well as all the physical skills as well."
Greene in a game earlier in the season: