“I just wanted to see Tennessee again and hang out,” Green offered. “My goal of the visit was to continue to get comfortable with the coaches and players,” Green explained. “I got to visit with some players. We talked about what it’s like playing football there and playing there. What life is like on campus outside of football as well as life after football.” Ansley is his lead recruiter which is something Green really likes. “It’s great,” Green said. “I talk to him the most and that’s the guy who would coach me. I ask him questions all the time about football. We have a really good relationship.”
He hopes to return to Rocky Top for spring practice and believes he will likely take all five of his official visits before making a decision. “I’m looking for a place that makes me feel like I’m at home. A place where people care about me has a student and an athlete.” Schools love Green’s length and speed. “They run man,” Green said. “They play press coverages. That’s what I love. I love being in a receivers face and not letting them off the line of scrimmage.”
The main contenders at this time are Tennessee and Clemson. The Volunteers, specifically Derrick Ansley, have built a strong relationship with Green. The Clemson offer was a big one and they still figure prominently in his recruitment.