"Carlos is at school already," his grandmother informed Pack Pride this afternoon. "He didn't go to Hargrave. He is at Hinds [Community College] in Mississippi."
Everett originally intended to attend Hargrave, a prep school in Chatham, Virginia, but he will spend two years at Hinds Community College, considered one of the top junior college programs in the country.
Everett's grandmother indicated that he plans to re-sign with NC State following his time at Hinds. Should he ink with the Wolfpack, Everett would have three years to play two seasons.
Previously he informed Pack Pride that he remains committed to NC State.
"I'm solidly committed to NC State," Everett stated last month. "There's no doubt about that, and it's because of coach Dixon. He's the best wide receivers coach I know of, and I won't go anywhere else. I'm going to play for him.
"It's the best place for me. I already have some of my boys there, like Darrell Davis, and I'm going to head back there and take care of business."
The brother of Florida Gator linebacker Earl Everett, he had a huge senior season at South Sumter, as he was rated the No. 26 player in the state of Florida by the Orlando Sentinel and the No. 64 player in the state of Florida according to Scout.com. He was also tabbed the No. 30 wide receiver in the nation according to ESPN.com/Scouts, Inc. while earning first-team All-State honors.
Stats: Everett, a 6-2, 185-pound wideout with 4.45-second speed in the 40-yard dash was all but unstoppable during his senior year. The talented prospect finished the year with 66 receptions for 1,280 yards and 18 touchdowns. He also rushed for better than 200 yards on 33 rushing attempts and helped lead his Sumter squad to the state 2A championship game against perennial power Hollywood-Chaminade.
Everett Quote: "NC State is building a strong program, and I want to help them take it to the next level."
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WR: #3 Carlos Everett Video 1
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