March 12, 2009
Agenda changes for Carter
Chance Carter is widely considered one of the top prospects in the Midwest and is on pace to graduate early in order to participate in spring camp in 2010 at the university of his selection.
Carter, who hails from Evanston (Ill.) Loyola Academy, already holds offers from some elite BCS football programs, list that list includes Notre Dame, Stanford, Wisconsin, and Indiana.
That said, many thought the recruitment of Carter was coming to an end. In a change of events, however, it seems as though the process may just be beginning.
Thursday night, BadgerBlitz.com caught up with the 6-foot-4, 235-pound defensive end to discuss his most recent off as well as his trip to Madison.
"I was planning on making a commitment pretty soon, but that was before I knew Nebraska was offering me," Carter said. "I'm going to make a trip to Nebraska before I come to any sort of decision."
Although admittedly impressed with the Cornhuskers' offer, Carter took some time to shed a little light on his recent trip to Madison.
"It was a glooming, drizzly day. Other than the weather I had a good trip," he explained. "I had the chance to talk with
Charter had recently trimmed his list to three: Notre Dame, Stanford, and Wisconsin. But with an offer now on the table from Bo Pelini and Nebraska, things have slightly changed.
"Well, right now it's four schools, Notre Dame, Stanford, Wisconsin, and now Nebraska. After my trip to Nebraska I should have a better idea of where I'd like to play. It gets harder every day."
Carter has also drawn interest from Northwestern, Michigan State, Iowa, Illinois and Vanderbilt.
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