According to Carr's 7on7 coach Armond Hawkins of Ground Zero, Carr will visit UCLA this weekend for his official visit when they play USC, the school that Carr is currently committed to (and has been for over a year).
The five-star is the No. 3 ranked running back in the 2017 class and the No. 8 overall player.
He comes in a week after UCLA hosted the No. 1 prospect in the country, fellow five-star running back Najee Harris.
UCLA has had some success with Ground Zero in the past, signing six players from the 7on7 travel squad a year ago, including Damian Alloway, who was Carr's teammate at Summit.
And he'll be joined by his Ground Zero teammate, Jaylon Redd, a four-star cornerback from Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) who is currently a commit to Oregon.
Michigan and Miami are also pushing for Carr to flip his commitment.