Last season Jordan Carr came on strong and put together a great junior campaign. His numbers don't lie and he shared those junior stats with us.
"I had 60 tackles, 10 interceptions, 2 tackles for loss, 2 fumbles caused, 1 fumble recovery, and 11 passes broken up."
A number of regional programs are taking a strong interest in the 2015 prospect.
"I attended Junior Days at Appalachian State and Coastal Carolina. I'm also hearing from Charlotte, The Citadel, and Charleston Southern. I received Spring Game invites to Charleston Southern and Marshall."
Last summer Carr visited and camped with Coastal Carolina and The Citadel.
As of right now Carr says that Coastal Carolina and Appalachian State are recruiting him the hardest right now with The Citadel just behind them.
Still waiting on that first offer Carr may have to camp with schools and perform well to snag that elusive first offer. Its something that he says his head coach feels may be the case for Coastal and Appalachian State at this point.
When breaking down Carr's game we touched on some of the current strengths and areas for improvement moving forward.
"I've got great ball skills and get it at the highest point. I had 10 interceptions last year. I'm also very physical in run support and love to hit."
In order to get better adding good weight will be key for Carr to add to his 170 pound frame to become more durable for the next level.
During his junior season Carr had
When asked about his best game of the year he had a pair of games that stood out.
"Hard to say but two games jump out. Against Aiken I had 3 interceptions and one was over a big receiver where he tipped it to himself in the back of the endzone. Against Dorman in the playoffs I had 2 interceptions with one in the end zone and the last one sealed the win late in the game."
The 2015 prospect says a number of factors will be critical in his decision making process for college as well.
"Coaching staff and facilities will be important to me. Game atmosphere will also mean a lot too."
Carr reports a 3.2 GPA in the classroom currently and is awaiting test scores for the SAT and ACT.
For his efforts this past season Carr picked up quite a few awards too.
"I was named All-Region 5-AAAA, HSSR AAAA Division 1 All-State, The State Newspaper All-Area 1st Team DB, and Lexington Chronicle All-Region 1st Team."
Still waiting on that first offer we asked Carr if the first school to extend an offer might get extra consideration being his first?
"Yes sir, the first to offer will make a big impression!"
We'll keep you up to date with Jordan Carr and other top prospects here in South Carolina so stay tuned!
INSIDE THE NUMBERS...JORDAN CARR
Bench press: 225 pounds
Squat: 330 pounds
40 yard dash: 4.6 seconds