Georgia leads after offering ATH Green 

March, 8, 2012
With 30 tackles, three interceptions, 73 carries for 976 yards and 19 touchdowns, two punt returns for touchdowns, two kickoff returns for touchdowns, 14 catches for 336 yards and five touchdowns, there is no denying J.J. Green (Kingsland, Ga./Camden Co.) should be considered one of, if the not the top overall playmaker in the state of Georgia. So it comes as no surprise that when University of Georgia head coach Mark Richt extended an offer to Green, one of his teammates was immediately in his ear to accept it on the spot.

Why? Because he wants to play with his fellow Wildcat star at the next level.

“Brice (Ramsey) tried to make me pull the trigger right away,” Green said of his second overall offer. "He did not waste any time going to work on me.”
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