"I don't have any offers yet," Green told JCFootball.com. "I spent last season (at COS) redshirting in order to be a mid-year prospect for the 2017 class, so I have one year left."
Schools have followed Green south and he's been talking to a couple of them more and more this winter.
"The newest schools I've been talking to are Fresno State and Hawaii," Green said.
While he redshirted with Siskiyous this past fall, Green took part in every practice and feels that he improved his game even though he didn't participate in a game.
"I feel that I improved a lot even though I wasn't playing (in games)," Green noted. "I was still taking every practice as if I was and just got reps to get better and I was getting more reps than the other redshirts because I was supposed to be the starter and I think those reps helped me a lot."
Green prepped at Grant High School in Portland (Or.) and he was a talented prospect who drew the attention of college coaches, but he was unable to qualify so he headed to COS to improve his chances of getting a scholarship to a four-year program.
"I played my first year (2014) at Siskiyous, so I have started at this level," Green said. "I feel like I can handle anything people throw at me and I have worked hard to get better and better."
Green is on pace to finish up his degree in December and he will have two years to play two following the 2016 football season.
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