Bo Pellini will be
looking for a few good cover guys in 2007 and one who had the defensive
coordinator's fullest attention at junior day was
Carter was a first team all-state selection last season when he recorded 57 tackles and picked off three passes from his free safety spot. He started at corner as a sophomore for the Rebels and will move back to that position for his senior year to show college coaches he has the skills to play there on the next level.
Carter said he and
Pellini spent a good part of the day together when he traveled down to
"He told me they were very interested and that he would like for me to go to LSU," Carter told Tiger Rag. "He said they will be watching me to see how I play this year. He told me they will offer but he has to see how I make the move from free safety back to corner."
Pellini got a good look at Carter's speed in the Class 5A State Championship Game but he reportedly wants to see how he fares in man-to-man coverage.
"He knows that I have good speed and that I can cover but he wants to see some tapes from my sophomore year," said Carter, who has a personal best of 10.3 seconds in the 100-meters. "I'm going to go to one of their camps this summer to show them what I can do and I think after that he will go ahead and offer. I think a lot of schools are going to offer once they see me play cornerback."