With that entire taking place, it will be essential for the Noles to sign a couple of cover-corners in the class of 2004.
One answer to the cornerback position might be Jacksonville Mandarin's Tony Carter. The 5-foot-10 and 145 pound standout has such an impressive performance on Sunday that he was named the MVP of the Florida Nike camp. His 40-yard dash time (4.37) was the second fastest time at the camp.
In addition to testing well, he was by far the top defender during passing drills. Carter displayed the speed and quickness that will most likely make him on of the top five cornerback prospect in the country for the class of 2004.
TheTerritory caught up with him after the camp to get his thoughts about his performance on Sunday and to find out what's up next for him.
How did feel like you did?
"I did all right."
Who impressed you out there?
"Xavier Lee and Ingram impressed me today along with the receiver with the dreadlocks. He got me."
Did you get to know any of the other prospects?
"I got to know Kyle Jackson from Jacksonville. He's a pretty cool guy."
What did you get out of this camp?
"The competition out there. Hard work. It takes hard work to make it."
What's up for you next week?
"I'm not sure yet but I'm probably going to attend some team camps like Florida State and Florida and one from out of state."
Did you enjoy the spring game over at Florida State last Saturday?