Wild sheep above 15-17K (I can't remember when the rocks/boulders are safely below the surface so a scout is usually recommended) is right down the gut. Anything below those flows is a sneak around the left side of the rocks at the top, then as Cody stated, pull back hard right and square up into the tongue near the middle/bottom after the huge lateral on the Oregon side. Someone correct me if my CFS numbers are low...?
Green room not recommended at those flows. Sneak between the GR and the smaller-ish triangle rock just sticking its nose out of the water on the Oregon side. Sort of riding the left edge of the left lateral of the GR.
Both rapids have good spots to scout. Wild Sheep, Oregon side....Granite, Idaho side.