BIOGRAPHY: Former defensive end who began his college career at Vanderbilt. Senior totals included 14/118/3 after 19/299/2 as a junior.
POSITIVES: Carter showed flashes of potential as a junior after initially making the switch to tight end. He's a big-bodied target, and
he runs relatively well, yet he must pull together a complete game to have any chance of sticking on a practice squad.
NEGATIVES: Marginal strength at the point and does not get results blocking. Dropped too many catchable passes as a senior and made a
number of poor plays.
ANALYSIS: Nice-sized tight end who displayed minimal improvement as a senior. Quickly releases off the line into routes, comes back
to the ball to make himself an available target, and adjusts to the errant throw. Works routes, effectively uses his hands
to get separation from opponents and shows the ability to come away with the difficult grab. Patient as a pass protector,
blocks with good fundamentals, and stays with the action, working to finish blocks.