"It's going well and really starting to pick up right now," said Carr. "I don't have any offers but I hope that by early May, some start to come in."
"It all depends on who the offer is from. I want to take my visits first, but if it's a really good school, man, I don't know if I can wait," Carr said.
The Trojans are his leader, but Carr said UCLA is a school he's looking at closely.
"They're both close to home, and UCLA is a good school with a good program. I want to stay in California if I can, and close to home," Carr said. "I hopefully have some good options."
During his junior season, Carr was a First Team All-CIF selection and First Team All-League selection, when he had 90 tackles, seven interceptions and two fumble recoveries (one for a 60-yard touchdown) as a defensive back. On offense, he added 24 receptions for 450 yards, scoring 4 touchdowns and also was 21-for-40 for 400 yards and 3 touchdowns as a quarterback
Carr attended the Nike Camp this past weekend and struggled with his testing on the wet surface, but looked very good in the drills and the one-on-ones. "I ran a 4.7 on the wet grass but I can run a 4.5. I'm going to hopefully run that at the Scout Combine," Carr said.
After that combine, he'll be at a regional combine in San Bernardino then, if not the Nike Camp at Stanford, the Adidas Camp at UCLA.
Academically, Carr is carrying a 3.3 GPA and took the SAT on April 1st. He will also take it again on May 6th.