Is Carter Turning the Corner?

Tight end Donnie Carter is trying to find his way on the field after spending the past year rehabilitating a torn ACL in his right knee. Carter got off to a slow start this fall, but coaches say he is starting to show signs of coming around and being the player he was before the injury.
August 26, 2005

Carter Shows No Sign of Rust

Redshirt senior tight end Donnie Carter missed the entire 2004 season with a knee injury but is back with his teammates and working hard this summer. He has been running at nearly full strength in 7-on-7 skeleton drills and the rest of the conditioning drills. recently caught up the Waycross, GA native to see how the summer workouts are treating him.
June 21, 2005

Training Hard

Titus Sports Academy opened for business in August 2001 with an objective to teach variations of speed, strength and agility techniques. A number of Florida State football players are working with Titus in preparation for summer drills next week. That group includes tight end <b>Donnie Carter,</b> who is training four nights a week and wants to make a difference in the Seminoles' passing attack. (Fellow TE Matt Henshaw is pictured). Click here for the third installment in this summer series.
June 1, 2004

Ware Co coach will watch former QB take on Dawgs

But even with all of the focus on Walker, Ragle said that the Nole's new starting quarterback won't be the only reason why he will tune into the Sugar Bowl. His other 4 players will be playing key roles as well.
December 18, 2002