It appears that for now, things will remain status quo for Southern California Rivals100 running back commit Broderick Green.
In early May, Green, from Little Rock (Ark.) Pulaski Academy, could have been classified as a soft commit to the Trojans, stating that he was keeping an eye on some off-the-field issues in the program and that the in-state Arkansas Razorbacks were becoming more of a factor.
The grand de-commit or sudden switch has failed to materialize to this point.
"Everything kind of died down, so I'm back to being solid right now," Green said. "But I'm still going to look and make sure I am making the right decision."
The 6-foot-2, 220-pounder continues to hear from Penn State, Georgia Tech, Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi State.
Green believes he may camp somewhere this summer, but isn't sure where. He also will go to several college football games this fall.
Green debuted at No. 51 overall in the inaugural release of the Class of 2007 Rivals100.
"I think it's pretty good," he said. "I wanted to get a lower number, but No. 51 out of 100 players in the entire country is pretty good."
Green plans to work on several aspects of his game during the off-season.
"I'm working on getting faster and a lot stronger right now," he said.