CB Justin Green
And even though he remains committed to Ohio State, he's still considering taking several other visits, including one to Clemson.
"Coach Scott came up to see me Friday," four-star cornerback Justin Green tells CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "It went good. We won our first round playoff game. I think the score was 59-24."
"I had a good game. I rushed for 125 yards and three touchdowns."
Coach Scott has been talking with Green about the changes that have taken place at Clemson in the last month.
"He is just telling me he is pretty sure that coach Swinney may get the job. He wants to make sure that whoever gets the job is in place before I come down for my visit. He wants me to come see Clemson and see how I like it," said Green.
What does the 4-star prospect think of coach Scott?
"I like him a lot. I connect with him real good. I like the way he talks about the Clemson program. It seems like they have things going on the right track. He relates to me real good. He knows what I seek," replied Green.
The timing of Justin's official visit to Tigertown has changed.
"I was going to come down for the South Carolina game. Now I think I am going to come down on January 10 for my official visit," he said.
When asked about his commitment status to Ohio State, Green responded, "I am going to take some visits even though I am still committed. That is pretty much where I stand. I am still committed, but will take some visits."
Which other schools may get an official visit?
"I will also probably take an official visit to Alabama," added Green.
One of the top prospects on Clemson's 2009 recruiting board was visited by assistant coach Jeff Scott last Friday.
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