Chris Carr School: Boise State
Ht: 5-9 Wt: 181 40: 4.64 Year: 4Sr
Bio: Three year starter used at both strong
safety and cornerback. Played in eight games
as a senior posting 28/1/3 while also averaging
25.7 yards on 12 kick returns. Junior totals
included 81/4/6 with a 26.3 yard average on
27 kick returns.
Positives: Adequate defensive
back who displays skill as a game breaking
return specialist. Does a solid job diagnosing
the action, displays good footwork in reverse
and has a burst of closing speed on the pass.
Comes up the field to help out in run support
and wraps up tackling. Dangerous kick returner
who's also helped out on coverage units in the
Negatives: Lacks size, speed and cover skills.
Not as physical during his senior season as he
had been in the past.
Analysis: An efficient
defensive back who rarely makes mental
mistakes, Carr projects as a dime back yet will
earn his wage in the NFL on special teams.
Prospect Profile: Chris Carr
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