The State of California's top-rated quarterback Garrett Green (6-2, 180, 4.5) from Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame has the grit and leadership you love to see in a signal caller. Even though he injured his throwing hand that didn't slow him down when it came to helping his team.
Though Green didn't play quarterback for a stretch of games he did help his team as a defensive back and because of his presence, he has helped Notre Dame to a perfect 7-0 record.
In four games as a quarterback, Green has thrown for 494 yards and four touchdowns while hitting on 63.6% of his passes.
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Remember folks that Green is doing this production with a throwing hand that still gives him pain.
Green has been just as dangerous running the football. On 38 carries, Green has rushed for 506 yards and seven touchdowns while averaging 13.3 yards per carry.
As a starting quarterback Green knows how to win. His record is an awesome 29-1. His lone loss as a starter came on a game winning field goal with seconds on the clock so he his team in contention for that game too.
"With Garrett's running and passing ability it makes it tough to stop him," Notre Dame coach Kevin Rooney said. "Add in Rodney Glass and it makes us tougher still."
"Garrett is such a great leader," Rooney said. "The other players feel his presence when he's in the huddle."
Green has offers from Washington, Kansas State, Texas A&M, Duke, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Wyoming, and UNLV.
Green is very open regarding school choices at this time and interested in all schools that have offered him.
Right now is very focused on his senior season. If Green leads Notre Dame to his Section's CIF Title, he would have done so all three years he started as quarterback.
Green is rated by Rivals.com as the nation's No.8 ranked dual-threat quarterback for the class of 2006. He also made the Rivals.com preseason California Top 100 and landed as the Golden State's No. 44 at any position.