As a junior last fall he was all-city, all-metro, all-region and all-state honorable mention after catching 59 passes for 929 yards and 13 touchdowns. As a sophomore he caught 41 balls for 653 yards and nine TDs. His two-year totals show 100 catches for 1582 yards and 22 scores.
''Right now, I'm undecided,'' he told Andrew Bone of TheInsiders.com.
Already 6-3, Bonner should be 6-4 to 6-6 by the time he enrolls in college. This is a significant advantage when he's covered by 5-9 and 5-10 cornerbacks.
''My height is one of my strengths,'' he said. ''I am able to leap over corners to get the ball because most of them are a lot smaller than me.''
A work in progress, Bonner concedes that he has some improvements to make.
''I need to work on my downfield blocking,'' he said. ''I also need to get more aggressive at going after the ball instead of letting it just come to me.''
Huntsville head coach Kevin Weiseman has been quoted as saying: ''Careg is a talented playmaker with a great attitude and work ethic.''