With six offers, athlete Reginald Green of Cranford, N.J. is hoping to visit several schools by the end of the summer. Last Friday he had a chance to camp at one of these schools and came away impressed with his experience.
"Everything has settled down for now, so I'm just planning to take visits now," said Green, who is 6-foot-3 and 200-pounds.
Last Friday night Green attended a summer camp at Rutgers.
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"Everything went great for me," he said. "It was great competition with everybody and it was also good to get to be coaching by them. Usually you see them coaching or just talking to them, so it was good to finally see them on the field working with you."
Next up for Green is a possible trip to Connecticut on Saturday for a one-day camp, followed by a few more visits.
"I'm trying to schedule a trip to Michigan State and Pitt, and then later in the summer to N.C. State and Boston College," said Green.
Originally Green had a plan in mind regarding the timing of his final decision, but now that may be pushed back.
"I'm trying to make my decision by the end of the summer, but it doesn't seem like it as of now," said Green, who is being recruited as both a wide receiver and safety by schools.
When it comes to his high school team, Green is excited to hit the field once again.
"I'm just lifting hard, throwing and getting ready for the mini-camp this week," said Green.