"I was at the UCLA campus for the Adidas Camp, and I'm planning to go to their summer camp. I'm also wanting to go to the USC Camp this summer to show them what I can do. I want to show I'm at USC's level."
Carter was at the Scout.com Combine last month and said he was disappointed in his testing, but felt overall it was a good experience for him. "I didn't do very good in the forty (5.35). But I think when I was going against the offensive linemen, I showed my speed better."
During his junior year, Carter tallied 47 tackles from his defensive end position, where he projects in college, though Nevada is recruiting him as an outside linebacker. He said about his position, "I just want to be able to stay on defense. I'll play tight end this year, but I'm a defensive player."
Carter said he won't be making an early decision. He said, "I want to see if I can get some bigger offers before I decide. I think I am a Pac-10 player, so I want to see what Pac-10 offers I can get."