Pace Academy Kyle Green Commits To Tulane Green Wave

After decommitting from Central Florida on March 29th, Kyle Green has made his commitment decision. Here is what he said via his X account, formerly Twitter about the decision to decommit.

The UCF basketball program and I have mutually agreed to part ways. The UCF basketball program will grant me a complete release from my national letter of intent. I wish UCF nothing but the best moving forward and thank them for recruiting me. My recruitment is officially reopened,” said Green.

After going back through the recruiting process, Greene has shut it down and will suit up for the Tulane Green Wave at the next level.

According to 247 Sports, Greene is rated as a four-star, the No. 9 player in Georgia, the No. 12 combo guard, and No. 93 player nationally. Before choosing Tulane, Greene held 22 offers notably from Clemson, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Georgia, LSU, Tennessee, and South Carolina.

Greene was the third leading scorer for Pace Academy in 2023 averaging 10 points per game, helping lead the Knights to a 24-5 record and a region championship. He was also the leader in assists with six per game. He was elite defensively as well averaging three steals per game. Greene has led his team in steals every year he has been on varsity for the Knights and has continued to improve at that end of the court. Defensively he possesses great instincts and anticipation. He is a great on-ball defender and makes it tough for opposing ball handlers.

He is a great combo guard that can run and facilitate the offense while also creating for himself. He can score at a high level, get to the mid-range, and knock it down with regularity. He also is a consistent shooter from distance. An underrated part of his game is his athleticism and ability to finish around the rim. Greene has continued to showcase that with his flashy dunks and how he finishes through contact when slashing to the rim.

One of his best stretches of the season came early on in the season where he scored double-digits in four consecutive games and averaged 6.75 assists during that stretch. Greene was named an all-state honorable mention by the AJC this past season.

During his prep career, Green led the Knights to a state championship in 2023, their first since 2021. While he played for Pace Academy, the Knights reached 20 wins in every season and were one of the best teams in their classification each year. The Blythewood native had a successful prep career and was one of the best players to come through the Pace Academy program.

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