Green working on more offers

Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic two-star quarterback Nick Green has had a good senior season. He's improved his game in everything, and the 6-foot-2, 195-pounder is hoping the good numbers will increase his attention from the college coaches.
"Our season has been going pretty good," Green said. "We're 3-0 in league right now. We won our last game 40-22 for a homecoming win. A lot of our games have been nail biters that we were able to come up with a win in the end.
"Some of my best games include four touchdowns passing and 362 yards passing and one touchdown rushing against Evergreen from Washington. Then I had 299 yards and four touchdowns passing against David Douglas."
Green still is his toughest critic, though.
"I feel like I can always do better," Green said. "But the team helps me a lot. I've got a lot of great receivers and great offensive lineman that really help me do a lot. Overall I think I've done pretty well."
When it comes to recruiting Green still is sitting with one offer from Air Force, but he's also still getting plenty of attention from other schools
"I've been getting phone calls from several schools," he said. "I got calls recently from Army and Air Force, who I've been offered by. Then also Montana, Washington and Idaho and have been calling.
"I just sent my tape out week ago. So the only coaches I know that have watched it are Army and Air Force. Army said they really liked it and wanted me to come out on an official visit and Boise State called me and said they're going to be watching it in the next week."
Green has been to several games for unofficial visits.
"Last weekend I went to Boise State," he said. "I've also been to Oregon State, Washington and Idaho on unofficial visits. I had a good time at Idaho. I got to sit down and talk to coach Jonathan Smith, the quarterback coach, for about 45 minutes after the game and talked about going there and what it would be like."
At this point, Air Force would be his top team, but he's also still interested in a lot of other schools.