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Leading Kentucky prospect sets commitment date
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Paducah, Kentucky: Tilghman Security Six-foot-0.5 and 190 Martels Carter Jr. plans to declare his intention to attend college. He tells on May 25. He is believed to rank the Wildcats highly among other programs, like Auburn, Clemson, and others.

He mentioned his earlier visits to Lexington and the aspects of the SEC program that he found appealing.
“I like having everything in one location. To go to different places, you don’t have to rip and run around. You can walk and visit other facilities, as well as better organize your time and build your craft. It’s all in one location.

Many people I know have positive things to say about them. I am aware that the program needs to function well. Just before transferring from Chattanooga (Tenn.) Brainerd, Carter told that “[Barion says] it is a good place to do your thing and shine.”
Carter ran for 214 yards and three scores on offense in his first season of high school football in the Bluegrass State. He also caught 43 receptions for 1,066 yards and ten touchdowns. The native of Tennessee added 44 tackles and 3 interceptions in defense. On special teams, he scored six times (5 punt returns for touchdowns and 1 kickoff return for a touchdown).

This spring, Mark Stoops, the head coach, and tight ends coach Vince Marrow paid Carter a visit at his school. He trained with NPA with wide receiver Barion Brown and quarterback Cutter Boley, who are now close friends.

According to the 247Sports Composite, Carter is the No. 16 safety in the country and the No. 194 prospect overall, with a rating of.9274 on a 1.000 scale.





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