"He's just keeping every option open," remarked Smith. "I think right now he's favoring Carolina because they've offered him. And because he's been up there a couple times. Maybe once he gets to other places he can compare and contrast and kind of go from there."
Carter plans to have a very busy summer attending camps throughout the Carolinas and Virginia. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound athlete, who owns a legit 4.50-second forty-time, figures to use the camping circuit to gain exposure and help college coaching staffs with the projection of his collegiate position.
"He's so athletic he's got a lot of [position] options," explained Smith. "I think one day he could play quarterback; he's only played quarterback for a year and a half. He's got running back potential. He's also got defensive back potential."
After visiting Chapel Hill, Carter traveled to East Carolina Sunday for their Junior Day.