Rivals100 running back Broderick Green was scheduled to make it to Georgia Tech this weekend for an official visit. The Little Rock (Ark.) Pulaski Academy prospect however didn't make the trip.
"I had a visit scheduled, but cancelled it," he said. "I also had ones scheduled to Southern Cal on November 24th and Tennessee on December 8th, but I'm scrapping them and rescheduling after the season. I'm planning to take all my visits in December and later to Southern Cal, Penn State, Georgia Tech, Tennessee and Ohio State.
"I picked those because I like them the most out of all the schools. I like the way they run their programs and use their tailbacks. I also like the coaches a lot."
At this time, the 6-foot-1, 230-pounder is still committed to the Trojans.
"I am still committed to Southern Cal," he said. "I went out on a visit there and it was different from everywhere else. It blew me away and I felt so comfortable there. I enjoyed being around all the coaches and players and I think I could for the next few years. I really like Pete Carroll and Todd McNair. Coach McNair is a really cool guy that knows what he's doing and works with his players."
This season the four-star prospect has helped his team to an 8-1 mark.
"We're doing well this year," he said. "We had a little point in time where we slumped and lost a game, but since then we've responded.
"I've been playing well. I think I'm over 1,300 yards and 20 total touchdowns. I know I have around 300 or 400 yards receiving too. Honestly, I'm not really that happy with my season. This year I'm averaging at most 150-yards a game, while last year I was getting 170 or 180. I know I have a slightly smaller line, but they have a lot of heart and block hard for me. I just wish I was doing a little better."