Green, a standout football and basketball player, will ink with Lenoir-Rhyne to play outside linebacker on defense for their football team. Green will sign at 9 a.m. in the Cedartown High School Media Center.
Lenoir-Rhyne is a Division II school in Hickory, N.C. that has the largest on-campus football stadium in the South Atlantic Conference, the conference in which they play in. Lenoir-Rhyne has led that conference in attendance for football for seven straight years.
Brandon Brown, meanwhile, has still yet to decide on where and when he will sign to play college football, according to Bulldog Head Coach Mark Loudermilk.
Brown, who had been briefly courted by Georgia Tech and Georgia Southern, has three schools to choose from. The 6-foot-2 athlete can sign with Navy, Lenoir-Rhyne or Shorter College.
Brown, who like Green is a football and basketball standout, will be able to play both football and basketball if he signs with Shorter.