Listed between 5'11 and 6' and 215-220
Rivals Profile - #64 Overall
Scout Profile - #124 Overall, #20 RB
24/7 Profile - #108 Overall, #13 RB
ESPN Profile - ESPN 150 Watch List
Really impressive offer list that includes Auburn, Arkansas, USC, Michigan, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, and Va Tech. Looks to be visiting UM for an unofficial this Sunday, with a visit to the Buckeyes the next day. His high-school film doesn't look all that impressive to me, but then it's high-school film, so...Sam McGuffie and all that stuff. All the sites list his 40 time in the 4.3 range, which always seems fake to me, but he supposedly ran a 4.37 at a combine. Also, he was 268 pounds as a freshman? Ohio State seems to like their chances, and I don't think UM is a big player in his recruitment, but I figured he was at least worth a mention.
Clemson leads for Mr Green, according to Farrell, which means nothing, but hes a Buckeye Homer
Scuttlebutt across the internets has a commit watch out for Mr Green. (no insiders)
*I won't get excited unless it happens.
#12 on Rivals
#43 on Scout
#123 on 24/7
Queme los Barcos!
Michigan makes his Top 6, along with Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Auburn, Ole Miss and Oregon.
Seems like Va. Tech is the team to look out for here.
Last edited by ChrisBrown; 08-20-2012 at 05:39 PM.
Yes those are the pics. I know what you mean about the tight ass pants. It's hard as hell for me to find comfortable jeans these days. I used to wear Guess jeans. When Guess decided to market garments to the other sect of the male population, I went to Nautica jeans. They seem to have dropped their loose fitting line (at least at the outlet) and now only carry relaxed fit. Relaxed fit jeans don't work for me at all. Maybe the jeans would feel more comfortable if I had a mohawk. It's like trying to find shorts with the 11" inseam. You either find shorts with the 20" inseam or 6" inseam.
You should try American Eagle jeans, just watch out for the knees.
I realize I'm putting this here for you to read... but please, don't talk about it.
Green has listed the Ducks as one of his finalists and liked his trip to the state when he was at The Opening, but Oregon has always been a long shot in my opinion, even for an official visit.
It's unclear if Oregon will back off as part of getting Tyner back in the fold or not, but it shouldn't matter -- Green isn't going there. I know I've said it before, but I'll say it again -- Green appears to be the perfect fit as a Big Ten running back and with his other two favorites, Auburn and Tennessee, having coaches on very hot seats, Michigan has to be the final destination, right? It makes sense, but as we know, sometimes recruiting makes no sense.