One of Florida's top-rated prospects in 2002, the former Lakewood High (St. Augustine) star was considered one of the Top 5 dual-threat quarterback prospects in the Sun Shine state as a senior.
"I didn't want to play receiver there (at Georgia Tech), because I felt like I went there to play quarterback," Carter told GatorCountry.com. "I kind of felt betrayed, so I left."
After leaving Atlanta, Carter nearly landed at South Florida, where he was listed on the Bulls preseason roster. However, the move to Tampa never materialized. Instead, he went to Florida to play for new Gator coach Urban Meyer. However, his stay in Gainesville was a brief one. Now, Carter has arrived in Louisville where he's expected to attend classes this week.