Remember the name Tony Carter of Jacksonville Mandarin.
"The kid is the starting point guard on the team and he can dunk a basketball," Mandarin head coach Richard Burnoski told TheTerritory.
"His strength is cover-corner. We lined him up last year against the other team's best receiver and he shut them down. He didn't give a touchdown all year long. At the FSU camp he worked out with the senior group because he was better than any junior out there. Tony had the fastest 40-yard time at the camp of all three sessions. Coach Andrews likes him a lot and I think they will offer him."
Carter, a 5-10, 165-pounder, has been clocked at 4.39 in the 40 with a vertical jump of 40 inches. He had nine interceptions, returning two for touchdowns, and four blocked punts last season. Carter was a third-team all-state selection for Class 6A in addition to first-team all-conference and all-district honors. Carter is said to be open to all teams and would not name any team he had interest in by name.