Green's father played for Notre Dame and then the Chicago Bears in the early 90s
Despite the 2015 recruiting cycle being in its infantile stages, Michigan coaches have begun to put out feelers with certain players that have already started to stand out from the pack.
Cameron Green, a wide receiver from Lincolnshire (Ill.) Stevenson is among those. This season, Green had 31 catches for 516 yards and six touchdowns and helped establish himself as one of the top sophomores in the Midwest. Michigan has started to notice.
"Michigan came by my school a while ago and invited me up to their camp this summer." Green said. "I haven't set my camp schedule yet, but Michigan is definitely a possibility. I know the tradition of the football program is built around great coaches like Bo Schembechler and that they've always had success."
Although he had a good season, Cameron sees some certain things he needs to work on specifically to improve himself going into his junior season.
"I've worked mostly on my route running and straight line speed," Cameron said. "I think the things I need to improve on most going into next year are my releases off the line and my hand-eye coordination. Playing basketball and running track will help most of what I want to improve on. I specialize as a sectional triple jumper and I think I should be able to improve my explosiveness."
Green stands a lengthy 6'3" and physically is the type of receiver the Wolverines have coveted since Coach Hoke came to Ann Arbor. He's also seen interest in Illinois, Notre Dame and Penn State among others.