ASU: Was involved in an offseason automobile accident and his status for the 2007 season is uncertain...one of ASU's most experienced cornerbacks...has played in 29 career games while battling through a variety of injuries...has posted 19 tackles (16 solo) and three pass breakups during his first three seasons as a Sun Devil.
2006: Played in nine games...posted four tackles (two solo).
2005: Played in eight games...recorded six total tackles (five solo) and one pass breakup on the year...tied his career-high with four tackles (all solo) in the season opener against Temple...registered a solo tackle at Oregon State and an unassisted tackle against No. 1 USC.
2004: Played in all 12 games...recorded nine solo tackles on the year and two pass breakups...turned in a career-high four tackles in ASU's season opener against UTEP (all solo)...broke up two passes against Washington State.
2003: Redshirted as a member of the scout team.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2003 graduate of Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, Calif....earned seven votes in the Long Beach Telegram's Best In The West ratings...that paper said of Green is "a top-flight cover cornerback who is at his best in the marquee matchups"...a member of the Tacoma News Tribune's "Western 100"...played in the Cali-Florida IV Bowl All-Star Game at Mt. SAC (all-stars from California and Florida)...was rated the 22nd-best cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com...was also rated the 32nd-best corner in the country by theinsiders.com...a preseason All-American by PrepStar Magazine...rated the No. 6 cornerback and the No. 43 player in the West by PacWestFootball.com...helped his defense slow down Woodland Hills Taft's vaunted receiving group in a 35-7 victory over Taft in the 2002 L.A. City Section Championship...a three-year, two-way starter...listed as the No. 44 rated player in the Farwest in the preseason by SuperPrep Magazine...his 14-game senior statistics included 48 receptions for 1,141 yards and 17 touchdowns...also collected 30 tackles, five interceptions and two fumble recoveries...had a 103-yard interception return for a score as a senior...selected all-valley and all-city during his junior and senior seasons...a three-time all-league performer...gained notoriety when he shut down Woodland Hills Taft wide receiver Steve Smith during his sophomore, junior and senior seasons...as a junior, collected 25 catches for 500 yards and eight touchdowns...had two interceptions, one fumble recovery for a touchdown and was selected second-team all-city as a defensive back...was first-team all-league as a junior...was the Los Angeles City long jump champion as a junior...Birmingham High won the L.A. City track and field championship...registered four touchdowns and two interceptions as a sophomore...was selected as Birmingham's Defensive Back Of The Year as a sophomore and senior...made first-team All-West Valley as a sophomore...was coached by Ed Croson.
PERSONAL: Majoring in business...mother is Kay Green...has two brothers, Branden Green (25) and Orlando Nettles (26)...hobbies include working on cars and reading...born Jan. 11, 1985 in Inglewood, Calif....full name is Chad Cleon Green.
CAREER HIGHS: Unassisted Tackles: 4, twice, last vs. Temple (9/1/05). Total Tackles: 4, twice, last vs. Temple (9/1/05). Pass Breakups: 2, vs. Washington State (11/13/04).
Green's Career Statistics
Year G/GS UT/AT TT TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds PB FF FR Int 2004 12/0
9/0 9 1.0/1
0.0/0 2 0
0 0 2005 8/0
5/1 6 0.0/0
0.0/0 1 0
0 0 2006 9/0
2/2 4 0.0/0
0.0/0 0 0
0 0 Career 29/0
16/3 19 1.0/1
0.0/0 3 0