The redshirt freshman was a workhorse for Garden City this past season, finishing with 1,255 yards and 10 touchdowns on 291 carries and he gives all the credit to the men in front of him.
"Our line was great this season and it made my life very easy," Minter told JCFootball.com. "I'm a scatback, but I have power too. I can run any play that's called.
"I love to get into space and make guys miss. I hit the hole quickly and I love to run the inside or outside zone plays because that allows me to use my speed and my vision to make plays."
On the recruiting front, things have been a bit slow for the talented and productive runner, but that could change once schools find out he's available to leave right away.
"I was a full-qualifier out of high school, but I qualified late, so that's why I had to go the JC route," Minter noted. "I've heard mainly from some D-2 schools, but Indiana, Syracuse and New Mexico all dropped by our school and talked to me and I am hoping more come by in January and see that I can leave right now."
The Georgia native is set to enroll at Garden City for Winter quarter, so he can either leave in March or May depending on whether the school he signs with his on the quarter or semester system.
Wherever he winds up, Minter will have three years to play three starting in the fall.