No rush for Carter

As the season ends and the spring inches closer and closer, Elijah Carter still appears a ways away from making his college decision.

It's clear that Elijah Carter, a senior guard at Wolfeboro (N.H.) Brewster Academy, isn't in a rush to make a college decision.

Currently the 6-foot-2, 175-pound combo guard is home for spring break and when he left, according to Brewster head coach Jason Smith, he still didn't have a list of schools to choose form.

"I told him when you come back maybe you'll have a better idea because of the movement with coaching jobs and movement out the programs," Smith told

"I really don't think he's formulated any kind of list," he added.

In the fall, Carter took visits official visits to Charlotte and Oregon State. He also took an unofficial trip to Seton Hall. According to Smith, Carter has three official visits remaining.

"Literally he has had 25 schools that have called," Smith said about the increased interest for the three-star prospect.

Virginia Tech and Iowa have been in as much as possible to Carter, while Oklahoma, South Florida and others are also involved.

During his season at Brewster, Carter averaged 13 points a game.

He was solid," Smith said. "He was our best perimeter defender. He's a super kid that works hard and is very coachable."

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