"My family and I feel like it was the best fit for me," Green said. "It was just the best place for me to spend the next four to five years of my college career. I fit in well to the system they'll be running there since I've been exposed to it at my high school. The offense won't be anything new for me.
"What stood out to me were the resources and how I could get help from tutors. I'm leaning toward getting into sports management and I'm just excited to get going."
Chandler has produced prodigious NFL talent, including Brett Hundley, Adam Archuleta, Cameron Jordan and Dion Jordan. It's probably worth noting that Oregon State QB Darell Garretson the passer for the team the Utes beat out for Green went to Chandler.
Utah has plenty of running back talent from recent classes, including Zack Moss, Armand Shyne and Devonta'e Henry-Cole, but Green figures to bring a speed element that Utah's backfield will need after Troy McCormick graduates after next season.
The Utes are now up to 14 committed or signed prospects in the 2017 class and is rising in the team recruiting rankings: They're at No. 41 on Scout, No. 43 on 247 Sports and No. 54 on Rivals.
Here are the other committed players on whom the Tribune has reported:
• Pima College OT Jordan Agasiva
• Blinn College S Corrion Ballard
• Texas WR Tyquez Hampton
• Dodge City College S Marquise Blair
• Texas WR Jaylen Dixon
• California CB Javelin Guidry
• California DB Jaylon Johnson
• Riverside City College CB Tareke Lewis
• California ATH Devin Lloyd
• Snow College DT John Penisini
• American Fork OL Michael Richardson
• California OL Orlando Umana
• Texas QB Jason Shelley
• Highland DT Hunter Lotulelei
• California QB Jack Tuttle