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Georgia WR talks GT, UNC

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With spring practice right around the corner, Waynesboro (Ga.) Burke County wide receiver Donquell Green is preparing to see a steady stream of college coaches coming by to watch practice.
That's because Green's offer list has grown over the past few months, with Georgia Tech the latest to join a list that includes North Carolina, among others.
"I went on a visit last month and since then I've been talking to [offensive line] Coach [Mike] Sewak," Green said. "We communicate on Facebook once or twice a week."
According to Green, the Yellow Jackets are recruiting him to play A-back as well as have an opportunity to return kicks and punts.
Prior to his trip to Atlanta to check out Georgia Tech, Green took a visit to Raleigh to visit North Carolina, the first school to offer him.
"It went pretty well," Green said of the trip. "I like the campus and I like the people. I went during a basketball game so it was pretty intense. It was a great environment."
The Tar Heels coaches have told Green that he'll play a versatile role, whether it be playing wide receiver or playing running back.
"They were saying that they just want to get the ball in my hands," Green said. "They want me to play in the slot, return kicks and maybe even get a few carries."
Other schools showing interest include fellow ACC members Florida State and Boston College. Green said the Seminoles are the one he's hoping will pull the trigger and offer soon.
"I've always like them," Green said. "My dad is a big FSU fan and my mom is a big Florida fan so I've always been a little divided between the two Florida schools."
Green said that regardless of whether the Seminoles offer or not, he'll be attending camp this summer in Tallahassee. He's also planning to camp at Clemson.
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