James Madison H.S. (San Antonio, TX)
Wt: 178 lbs
40: 4.4 secs
Rivals rating: 4*-5.9rr; #9 RB (#58 overall)
Scout rating: 5*; #3 RB
ESPN rating: 5*-85 grade; #3 RB (#10 overall)
Reported Offers: Colorado, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, California, Georgia, Iowa State, Florida State, LSU, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Purdue, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, USC, Houston, Memphis, Tulsa
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Husker all the way on this one.
Everybody hates you, Everybody wishes that you were dead
Cuz Peter you suck, Peter you suck
Peter your music is ****ing terrible
Peter you suck, Peter you suck
Peter you don't do anything of value, Peter you suck
Write some music but instead you sit and write these bulls**t songs
It's so self loathing go see a psychiatrist
I hate the psychiatrist
Well go see one anyway
I don't like the psychiatrist
You need to go see one
See a psychiatrist
I'm not going
Andrew is his brother. Texas wants him bad but I don't think he falls for it. SC wants him but he knows a snake when he sees one. Was the #1 player in Texas on Orangebloods until it became apparent he probably wasn't going there. Now Malcolm Brown(?), their committed back is #1. Go figure.
The reason why Green dropped a bit is because his junior year was not nearly as good as his sophomore season while Malcolm Brown blew up during his junior season. Both are very good backs and and there is very little to no separation, but a lot of people in Texas think Johnathan Gray (a sophomore) is actually the top back in Texas.
Green is not a lock for Nebraska just yet, but he might be because of his connections on the team. Time will tell. I think he could be a good one no matter where he ends up.
Good luck to him.
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Looks like it's down to Cal, Florida State, Nebraska and Texas.
As most expected, Green has committed to Nebraska. It would be a big surprise if this isn't solid.
He's leaving Nebraska supposedly to get closer to home. Man, wish we could get him. It lists a few schools, I have no idea if that's all he's looking at, who knows? Id think no with Texas, they are double loaded at rb. Read that on Scout btw.
Last edited by BuffLuKe; 05-01-2012 at 08:45 AM.