Duron Carter made his decision official on Saturday to join the University of Alabama football team.…
Duron Carter will play for the Crimson Tide
Duron Carter, son of Cris Carter who is well known as a former NFL wide receiver, will enroll at the University of Alabama for the first summer session. He is eligible to play this fall.
Carter started out his college career for Ohio State, and as a true freshman had 13 receptions for more than 160 yards and scored once. He left Ohio State due to academic reasons and had a great season last fall at Coffeyville, Kansas Juco with 10 touchdowns for 690 yards on 44 receptions.
Alabama became involved in his recruitment, and the Carter family's focus turned strictly to the Tide.
Stay tuned for more later today...
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