NoCal three-star DE returns from CU

Three star defensive end Kevin Greene (6-4, 245, 4.5) and his San Francisco (Calif.) Sacred Heart Cathedral teammates are 5-4 and are headed to the playoffs and will play Carmel, Calif., on Saturday.
As a senior, Greene has continued his sack mastering ways as he has accounted for 15 sacks and 12 tackles for loss.
Greene took an official visit to Colorado this past weekend.

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"I just got back from Colorado," Greene said. "I liked Colorado a lot.
"I like the coaching staff, the team camaraderie and the academic aspect of the school," Greene said. "I was able to talk to talk to the president of the school and the business academic staff. They all impressed me a lot."
"I took a trip to Washington State last week and basically did the same things I did at Colorado," Greene said. "I was able to speak to the people I needed to talk to and I was able to talk to all the coaches and their families."
"I'm headed down to USC on the 29th (November) and I need to set up visits to Arizona and Oregon," Greene said. "I received an offer from USC in late October or early November. That was definitely a huge offer. USC is everyone's first choice."
"I told Coach Pete Carroll that the only thing that kept me from showing a lot more emotion was that I was in a restaurant and I didn't want to get kicked out."
"I'm not sure right now if I will commit on my visit or not, without checking out the campus and talking to the right people," Greene said. "If I do commit, it will probably be a day or two after my visit."
"Meeting the coaches from Colorado and Washington State have given me something to think about."
As a junior, Greene racked up 70 tackles, 22 tackles and 8 tackles for loss. Not bad when you consider that Greene's junior season was his first playing football.
Greene's season saw him earn all-area honors. He would have received all-league honor, but his school was an independent in 2007.
Greene was selected to the Rivals.com California Preseason Top 100 for the class of 2009 landing as the Golden State's No. 53 prospect at any position.