Derek Carr: Records, durability, stats

Derek Carr's NCAA and school records, durability and agility issues, stats and high school history.

RECORDS
NCAA Career-Record Charts…Derek Carr recorded the 26th-best passing efficiency rating (152.80) in NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision history…His 12,843 yards passing rank 14th in NCAA annals…Placed 12th on that all-time chart with 113 touchdown passes…Finished 19th in FBS history with 13,033 yards in total offense…
School Career-Record Charts…One of three Bulldogs to throw for over 10,000 yards in a career, he holds the top spot with 12,843 yards, topping the previous mark of 10,808 yards by Kevin Sweeney (1983-86). The other QB to throw for over 10,000 yards is Paul Pinegar (10,136; 2002-05)…Is the only Fresno State player to complete over 1,000 passes in a career (1,087), breaking the previous record of 848 by Pinegar…One of four Bulldogs to attempt 1,000 passes, he holds the record with 1,630 (previous was 1,405 by Pinegar)…Only five Bulldogs have completed at least 60% of their passes, as Derek's percentage of .6669 topped the old record that his brother, David (.621; 1997-2001) previously held…His 113 touchdown passes surpassed the old school mark of 80 by Pinegar…Has thrown at least four touchdowns in fourteen games, shattering his brother's old school record of seven…Had at least five touchdowns in seven of those contests, again topping David's previous FSU record of three…His twenty games with at least 300 yards passing surpassed David's old mark of thirteen in school annals…His eleven 400-yard passing performances broke the old school record of four by Trent Dilfer (1991-93)…Is the only player in school history to throw for at least 500 yards in a career more than once (three, as that mark also set the Mountain West Conference career-record)…His interception percentage of 1.47 is the lowest by a Bulldog since Billy Volek (1.25; 1996-99) set the NCAA record…Recorded a string of 305 consecutive pass attempts without throwing an interception in 2013, the second-longest string by an FSU player (Dilfer holds the record with 318).

INJURY REPORT
Carr has shown that he has been quite durable during his career, starting each of his final 39 games…His toughness shined through late in the 2012 schedule, as he played through a sports hernia injury that would require off-season surgery.

AGILITY TESTS
4.59 in the 40-yard dash…1.63 10-yard dash…2.68 20-yard dash…4.22 20-yard shuttle…7.14 three-cone drill…30-inch vertical jump…9'-3" broad jump…Bench pressed 225 pounds 17 times…9 1/8-inch arm length…31 ¼-inch hands…75 1/8-inch wingspan.

HIGH SCHOOL
Carr first began his prep career at Clements (Sugarland, Tex.) High School, where he played football from his freshman-through-junior seasons…Played on the Clements High freshman team and then became a back-up quarterback on the varsity team as a sophomore…Was thrust into the starting lineup when the intended starting quarterback suffered a preseason injury, making gradual progress, passing for 1,246 yards and twelve touchdowns on 84-of-162 attempts (51.9%) in eleven assignments during the 2006 regular season schedule…As a junior, Carr completed 117-of-205 tosses (57.1%) for 1,622 yards and sixteen touchdowns, leading his team to an undefeated 13-0 season (playoffs included) before losing in the quarterfinals of the 2007 Class 5A Division II State playoffs in Region III to the (also undefeated) Katy High School Tigers, the eventual champions…
In February 2008, Bakersfield (Cal.) Christian High School athletic director and former NFL player Doug Barnett confirmed that Carr was transferring to BCHS, amid rumors that he would've gone to nearby Stockdale High School or Bakersfield High School, two schools with historically good football programs. Ironically, Carr passed on Stockdale High, the same school where his older brother not only went to for four years, but was even voted "Most Likely to Become Famous"…As a senior, Carr lead the Bakersfield High Eagles football team to a 12–1 record and the California Interscholastic Federation Central Section Division V championship, but his only blemish came at home vs. Oaks Christian High School, a national football power-house, during the team's season opener. In thirteen contests, he connected on 280-of-413 passes (67.0%) for 4,067 yards, an astounding 46 touchdowns against nine interceptions…Carr also rushed for 281 yards, averaging 8.0 yards per carry, and five touchdowns in 2008, including a sensational 62-yard scoring run against Coast Union…Threw at least five touchdown passes in four of his thirteen games, including two games of six scoring strikes, vs. Parlier and Fowler…Directed an offense that averaged 44 points per game, highlighted when he threw for a Central Section record 541 yards and four touchdowns vs. Arvin and vs. Shafter, he completed 13-of-17 passes for 269 yards with five touchdowns…Selected by ESPN RISE as the National Football Player of the Week after passing for 441 yards and three touchdowns in a game against Tehachapi High School…Named by The Bakersfield Californian as the 2008 All-Area Football Player of the Year…Garnered National Player of the Year honors from the National Private Schools Athletic Association and was also selected the Private School National Player of the Year after ranking third in California and eleventh in the nation for high school quarterbacks in passing yards…Shattered twenty 20 school offensive records during his senior season… Regarded as a four-star prospect by Scout.com, as that recruiting service ranked him as the 16th-best high school quarterback in the country.

PERSONAL
Carr is majoring in Recreation Administration and Leisure Services Management…Married
the former Heather Neel on June 29th, 2012 and the couple has an infant son…One of three sons of Sheryl and Rodger Carr…Older brother, David, was also a Fresno State standout quarterback during his collegiate days, was the first overall selection in the 2002 draft by the Houston Texans. He gained national attention during the 2001 season, after hitting on 344-of-533 passes for 4,839 yards, 46 touchdowns and only nine interceptions, earning Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and Sammy Baugh honors. David started for the Houston Texans from 2002 through the 2006 seasons. He joined the Carolina Panthers in 2007, leaving for the New York Giants the next two years before joining the San Francisco 49ers in 2010. He returned to the Giants to back up Eli Manning during the 2011-12 campaigns, finishing his professional career with 1,353 completions of 2,267 passes for 14,452 yards, 65 touchdowns and 71 interceptions…Another brother, Darren, was a walk-on defensive lineman at the University of Houston (did not letter)…Lists his brother David as his favorite athlete because: "He is the kind of person I want to be."...Most admires Brett Favre because he never quits. Carr wears jersey #4 in honor of Favre...Born 3/28/91 in Bakersfield, California.

 

PASSING STATISTICS

STATS

ATT

COMP

PCT

YARDS

TD

YD/ATT

INT

I/PCT

2009

0014

  0010

71.43

   0112

000

    08.00

 00

 0.00

2011

0446

  0279

62.56

   3544

026

    07.95

 09

 2.02

2012

0511

  0344

67.32

   4104

037

    08.03

 07

 1.37

2013

0659

  0454

68.89

   5083

050

    07.71

 08

 1.21

TOTAL

1630

  1087

66.69

 12843

113

    07.88

 24

 1.47

 

RUSHING STATISTICS

STATS

GP

GS

NO

YARDS

AVG

TD

LONG

2009

05

00

001

     000

 0.00

 00

   00

2011

13

13

057

     072

 1.26

 03

   20

2012

13

13

066

     001

 0.02

 00

   15

2013

13

13

040

     117

 2.93

 02

   09

TOTAL

44

39

164

     190

 1.16

 05

   20

 

PUNTING STATISTICS

STATS

NO

YARDS

AVG

BK

LONG

TB

FC

In20

2012

 04

    116

29.00

 00

   34

 00

 00

  03

2013

 06

    203

22.83

 00

   45

 00

 00

  06

TOTAL

 10

    319

31.90

 00

   45

 00

 00

  09

 

TOTAL OFFENSE

STATS

GM

PLAYS

PASS

RUSH

YARDS

TDR

P/AVG

GM/AVG

2009

05

    0015

  0112

    000

    0112

  00

 07.47

   022.40

2011

13

    0503

  3544

    072

    3616

  29

 07.19

   278.15

2012

13

    0577

  4104

    001

    4105

  37

 07.11

   315.77

2013

13

    0699

  5083

    117

    5200

  52

 07.44

   400.00

TOTAL

44

    1794

12843

    190

  13033

118

 07.26

   296.20

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS…Caught one pass for a 1-yard loss in 2011.

 

 

 


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