After the weekend, Carter was glowing about the Spartans and way they do business.
"I really enjoyed it, I really did, it was a lot of fun, I got to hang out with the guys, see there structure, I just really enjoyed it all around."
Carter particularly enjoyed being able to go to the position meetings with current Spartans players and see the way they are conducted.
"I thought that (in particular) was really beneficial to my decision-making process. I got to see how the coaches coach. I got to see them in their element. It's one thing to see them outside when they recruit you and they speak to you in one manner, but then to see them doing their job and what they're doing.
Just to see the aspect of how they coach and to visualize myself in the meeting room and have them discuss with me, if I was in a certain position, 'what I would be doing?' 'What are my responsibilites and rules?' (Really) to get a first-hand look at what it would be like if I was a Michigan State Spartan."
Despite seeing everything the Spartans had to offer and the tempting surroundings, Carter held back from making a verbal commitment.
"No yet," he said laughing.
Carter said he's still going to take a few more visits, but he hasn't narrowed down when he's going and where.
Despite the weather, Carter and his father both enjoyed seeing the entire campus which he described as "huge" and "beautiful."
While this three-star standout isn't ready to pull the trigger quite yet. GSN will have an update on the other three uncommitted players who visited in the hours ahead.