has ideal size and speed for a cornerback prospect and is coming off a strong junior season, when he picked four passes off.
"People say it's my size," Carter said on what separates him from other corner prospects. "And the way I play, I'm real aggressive. Some guys have size or whatever but they're not real aggressive or physical. That's how I like to play."
Carter, 5-foot-11 and 175 pounds, talked about the recruiting process.
"I don't have any offers in writing yet but UM offered me verbally," he said. "I've been talking to Coach McGriff. I gave them my highlight film and he called and said he's gonna be offering me. I haven't gotten it yet. UM was my top school growing up so that's good if they did."
While Carter has a lot of interest in Miami, he has just as much in Florida.
"I grew up a UM fan but Florida kinda changed that the way they've been playing the last couple years," he said. "I'd like to get out and see what else is out there so I'm definitely keeping my options open. I also like Rutgers, UCF, and Oregon."
Carter talked about what he'll be looking for in a school.
"Academics and then who's on the roster at my position," he said. "I wanna have a chance to start early on."
Inside the classroom, Carter claims a 2.5 GPA and hasn't reported a test score yet.
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Ravonne Carter is one of the top cornerback prospects in the greater Miami area for the Class of 2010 and Scout.com caught up with the Hialeah standout to talk about the latest on the recruiting front.
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