When asked if his decision is down to those three schools Carr replied, "Yes, and I like Georgia as well. Georgia hasn't offered me, but I feel like they are very close. All the schools are neck-and-neck. I can't name an overall favorite."
Carr tells us what he likes of each of the schools in contention for his signature in February.
Alabama: "I like the tradition. They have a nice coaching staff. I feel like I will be able to play early. I love the way their offense is run."
Auburn: "I like everything about Auburn. They have a good coaching staff and environment. It's a good place to go in and play. It's a real nice place. It feels like home. Auburn is the only school I have visited. The other schools may feel like home as well."
Georgia: "Georgia is a nice school. They have nice facilities. The coaches are nice. It's a place where I feel like I can go in and help out. I think I can make an improvement for their offense. Georgia is a nice all-around school."
South Carolina: "Coach [Steve] Spurrier is a good coach. Their offense is explosive. They make sure they get you the ball. It's a nice school."
"I don't really know when I will make a decision," Carr replied when asked a time-frame for his decision. "I will see how I feel after some visits. I really don't know what the time-frame might be."
The Hunstville duo receivers, Carr and A.J. Walker, will have their chance to shine in the highest classification in the state. The expectations are high for the 2006 season.
"Everything is going good. Our first game is at Decatur September 2. We play J.O. Johnson for a jamboree game next Friday in Huntsville," Carr said.
"I feel good about the upcoming season. We have a real good chance to step-up in Class 6A. We have a real good coaching staff, and I have a good teammate in A.J. Walker who is going to help us win."
Stay tuned to ScoutSouth.com to follow the recruitiment of Quindarius Carr, A.J. Walker and the 2006 season of the Huntsville Panthers.