Green does not block anyone off the line, but he takes good angles and presents lanes for those running behind him. When it is all said and done, he will not make a potential impact at the NFL level as a blocker, but as slot receiving tight end."
Green opened up his senior campaign by catching seven passes for 144 yards and two scores against Eastern Washington. However, his numbers have become more reasonable since the season opener and through eight games he has just reached the end zone one more time.
Green is one of the more athletic tight ends in this class. He is relatively quick and surprisingly nimble. That helps in both pass catching and blocking and Green can do both relatively well. Green will not be one of the top tight ends in this class, but he is a decent player with some potential. He will need to work his way up the draft boards throughout the rest of the season and during senior week if he hopes to be more than a late round selection."
He works hard, competes hard and is well-respected for his approach off the field. However, he must learn to better apply his talents to the game, as he is still raw as a route runner, has limitations as a blocker and must show a better feel for the game to make an impact in the NFL."
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