"I would like to thank Oklahoma State for their interest and support," Green said in a release. "I have spoken to them about my decision and OSU is a great organization. I do intend to achieve my education goals and obtain my college degree through distance programs. This remains a priority for me and my family."
Spokesperson, Tracey Walker, confirmed that No. 1 ranked high school player and McDonald's All-American, has hired Andrew Vye of Kauffman Sports Management to represent him professionally.
The 6-foot-8 Green graduated from Gulf Shores High School in Houston, Texas, Saturday. He is expected to be among the top lottery selections in next month's NBA Draft.
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