Green can fly and has the speed/defense to be a big league center fielder. He's a plus runner with a physical build that hasn't filled out entirely. He already has above-average bat speed with plus power due to his steep swing. His steep spinal tilt as he's getting to contact helps elevate the ball with ease. He had a 22° HH LA last year with a 107 mph 90th EV. From the left side, it's a big-time thump. He got more aggressive in his sophomore and chased much more, which raised his punch out rates and dropped his walk rate a touch. His bat-to-ball skills are rough, when he connects it's loud contact but he struggles to do it consistently. If the approach improves, and he can limit the chases, he'll check enough boxes to overcome the whiffs and still be productive. I think there's a chance he could be an above-average regular with occasional all-star appearances, but his median outcome is closer to an average regular.