Colts are frontrunners for Duron Carter
November 16, 2014 - Finding Carter
Duron Carter, a son of Pro Football Hall of Fame far-reaching receiver Cris Carter, is sketch copiousness of NFL seductiveness after anticipating success in a Canadian Football League. Duron, 23, is being tracked by some-more than 10 NFL teams, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, including a Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers, nonetheless it’s a Indianapolis Colts that are deliberate a favorites to land a before rarely touted recruit.
Carter was one of a tip far-reaching receiver recruits in a republic before committing to his father’s alma mater, Ohio State, in 2009. He held 13 passes for 176 yards as a loyal freshman, though was announced academically incompetent before a team’s outing to a Rose Bowl and never played another snap for Ohio State.
He eventually eliminated to Coffeyville (Kansas) Community College and found success, though he never played during a FBS turn again with stops during Alabama and Florida Atlantic. After going undrafted in a 2013 NFL Draft, Carter assimilated a Montreal Alouettes of a Canadian Football League, where a 6’5, 205-pound wideout has racked adult 124 receptions for 1,939 yards and 12 touchdowns.
As per Carter’s agreement with a Alouettes, he can’t start negotiating with or operative out for NFL teams until Dec. 1 and can’t pointer strictly a agreement with a group until February, nonetheless similar to one before that indicate would be possible. His off-the-field adolescence might still be an emanate for some teams, though his talent and extraction will expected land him in a joining subsequent season.