Green, along with New York Panthers' program director Gary Charles, gave their thoughts on why it would be a nice fit for Rashad and the ACC program.
However, after about an hour pass, Charles called back saying Rashad's family needed to discuss the process more and the schools involved in his recruiting process.
"Rashad was watched by the coaches from State while we were out West and they liked him," Charles said. "But Rashad's family wanted to discuss it more. So it's on hold."
So, for now, no decision from Rashad Green.
Green, who is expected to play at Bridgton Academy in Maine starting this Fall, apparently likes the staff and the program a lot. However, as of this moment, there is no official commitment/agreement between Green and NC State.
Charles mentioned interest by Green also in Clemson, Seton Hall, Manhattan, and Hofstra.