"I feel like I did pretty good," said Nigel of his performance. "I got beat a couple of times, but I came back the next play and did better.
"I don't feel like I did too bad considering the talent that was out there. When you go up against the best, you are going to make some mistakes every once in a while.
"That's part of competing though. You just have to be ready to make it up the next play."
Green reports that he has became fast friends with some of his Magnolia State teammates.
"I really got to talk a lot with D'Arthur Cowan and Tip McKenzie," said Nigel. "D'Arthur scored a big touchdown for us and Tip had a nice pick.
"They were just out there making plays.
"Me and D'Arthur were talking about getting together sometime and just practicing against each other to get better.
"It was an honor to be on this team and I really enjoyed playing with all of those guys."
The event provided a measuring stick for all involved and Nigel went right to work on the spring practice field doing his best to become a more complete player.
"We had three colleges come to practice today," said Green. "Ole Miss, the Ragin' Cajuns of Louisiana and Southeastern Louisiana.
"The coach from Ole Miss said that he liked how I came up and hit and that they want me to come up to camp."
Nigel reports that he is getting a lot of invitations to camps this summer and he hopes to attend several in an attempt to get his talent in front of the decision makers.
"I plan on going to a lot of camps," said Green. "I want to get out there and show everybody what I can do."