The Demon Deacons are the second in-state program to offer the 5-foot-11, 185-pound Davie County star, joining N.C. State. However, a few other schools are also showing interest.
As for this fall, Carney already knows of a few places he will visit.
"I'll definitely get to Wake Forest at some point because it's so close," Carney said. "I always go to ECU, so I'll get to one of those games. Other than that, I think I'll just wait and see."
After a huge freshman campaign, Carney has high goals for this season.
"We want to win conference," he said. "Individually, I'm going after my school's records – 2,315 yards and 30 touchdowns."
Last fall, Carney finished with 1,908 rushing, 391 passing and 17 touchdowns.
Davie County opens their season on August 23 against Greensboro Page.