The 6-foot-5 junior is almost two different players in two seasons, but equally effective in each.
For Camden Catholic, he is more of an inside player and a difficult one to stop. Last season, he averaged 20.1 points and 8.5 rebounds and earned Inquirer third-team all-South Jersey honors.
During the summer while playing AAU basketball, Green switches to the backcourt as a combination guard. It gives him a chance to show his perimeter game, which is also deadly. No wonder it's been estimated that more than 25 colleges have already been in contact.
"All summer, I was playing outside and shooting a lot of jump shots, but now with Camden Catholic, I am doing a lot of inside stuff," he said. "It is an adjustment."
The biggest adjustment is opposing defenses trying to stop Green. Last season was his first year as a starter, and as Green began to hit the 20-point mark routinely, teams started double-teaming and sometimes triple-teaming him.
It didn't stop him from scoring, but sometimes it was challenging just to get the ball.
"Coach [Jim] Crawford does a really good job of changing things up, adjusting and helping me get into a good position to score," Green said.
This season, the Irish are in what might be the most competitive division in South Jersey - the Olympic National, where Bishop Eustace is the favorite, followed by Paul VI.