Rutgers LB Khaseem Greene interview
Rutgers linebacker Khaseem Greene was recognized at the Maxwell Football Awards Gala as the Tri-State Player of the Year. The Elizabeth, NJ native totaled 136 tackles, six sacks and two interceptions as a senior for the Scarlet Knights. After breaking his leg during the bowl game his junior season, Greene recovered to become Big East Defensive Player of the Year.
Greene projects as a three-down Will linebacker in a 4-3 defense at the next level and should receive late-first round consideration, but mostly projects in the early-to-mid second round.
Patrick Woo caught up with Greene in Atlantic City.
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Patrick Woo is a senior from Crumpton, Maryland enrolled in the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism.
He is a Sports Director for ComRadio, reporter for the Centre County Report and manager for the Penn State women’s lacrosse team. He has interned with Bill King on Sirius/XM College Sports Nation and the Reese’s Senior Bowl and covered SEC, Big Ten and MAC Media Days, the NFL Draft and Super Bowl XLVIII among many other things at Penn State.
His biggest passions are college football and helping others by making a positive impact.
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