Hartselle Tigers (15-0) 5-A State Champ
I think he's an elite player in this draft, and the best 4-3 outside linebacker in this class. He's a converted safety that took to the linebacker position like a fish in water.
There's nothing he doesn't do well in terms of basic linebacker fundamentals, and excels at being a playmaker when it's time to step up and make plays. 247 tackles, 23 TFL's, 9 sacks, 6 PBU's, 9 QB hurries, 9 forced fumbles, 2 INT's, and 1 fumble recovery for a touchdown the last 2 seasons since he made the move to linebacker.
His performance against Syracuse earlier this season was about as outstanding as I've seen out of a linebacker since I watched Jamie Duncan for Vanderbilt almost single handedly wreck the Florida Gators on their way to a national title in '96.
In fact, Greene reminds me a little bit of Mike Peterson when he came out of Florida.