Carter To Visit Ducks

Carter To Visit Ducks

Former Ohio State and current Coffeyville Community College wide receiver Duron Carter has scheduled a visit to Oregon. Carter left Ohio State last May after experiencing academic difficulties, and transferred to Coffeyville to regain his eligibility. Bill Greene has the latest on Carter.

Scout.com has learned that former Ohio State and current Coffeyville Community College wide receiver Duron Carter has scheduled a visit to Oregon. Carter, who will be a junior eligibility-wise next season, will be visiting the Ducks on the weekend of November 26th, a home game against Arizona, a source told Scout.com.

Carter, who left Ohio State in May after experiencing academic issues, is having a great season at Coffeyville. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound, wide receiver has 29 catches for 537 yards, and ten touchdown grabs in six games.

As a freshman starter at Ohio State, Carter caught 13 passes for 179 yards and one touchdown, before being ruled academically ineligible prior to the Rose Bowl. Carter starred for St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, before signing with Ohio State.

Carter will have junior eligibility in 2011 and is considering returning to Ohio State, as well as Oklahoma, LSU, and others. Scout.com will continue to monitor the Carter situation, and will update as warranted.

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