After playing safety as a junior, Carter is now displaying his speed and cover skills at the cornerback position.
"I'm averaging about 6 tackles a game," he said. "I have two interceptions, a forced fumble and a blocked punt."
Carter is also a teammate and cousin of Scout.com five-star defensive lineman Luther Davis.
"We've talked about going to the same school to play a few times," Carter told InsideTheVille.com. "That's what we'd like to do."
That fact, coupled with Carter's blazing 4.4 type speed, has grabbed the attention of the coaches at the University of Louisville football complex.
"I talked to one of their coaches the other day," said Carter. "They said that they like my speed and that they wanted to see my video. I told my coach, so it should be up there by the end of the week."
Despite the current offers, Carter explained that he's focused on helping his team reach the state 5A Championship later this year.
"I don't have any favorites right now. My coach said that wants us to wait until after the season to take our visits because they make you tired, so we're trying to keep our attention on the season."
As a junior, Carter totaled 57 tackles and notched three interceptions from the free safety position. He earned 1st Team All-State honors.