Green swaps finalists and talks visits 

November, 10, 2012
11/10/12
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One school is out and one is in as Derrick Green breaks his silence.

Talking to ESPN for the first time in more than two weeks, the ESPN 150 tailback from Richmond (Va.) Hermitage said he's no longer considering Virginia Tech and is now interested in Miami. That's a change, as Green had long said the Hokies were among his finalists, which now are Miami, Michigan, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Oregon and Auburn, where he is taking an official visit this weekend.

When asked what he wanted to see at Auburn, Green said, "Just during the game, to look at the coaching staff and the way they're coaching. See up close the way they run the ball. This is my first game day at Auburn. I'm definitely looking at that."
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