It is all good news this Thursday evening as we have learned that a speedy wide reciever from┬áLouisiana has verbally committed to the University of Nebraska. Curtis Carter a 5’10 wideout from Stonewall, LA took his official visit to Lincoln last weekend when the Huskers lost to Texas Tech but the loss sure didn’t hamper his experience and everything that Nebraska had to offer.

I was reading a message board tonight when Curtis’s father posted “Very good news coming soon” and I knew right away that Curtis picked the Huskers. He also had offers from Alabama, Louisiana Tech, Mississippi State, Missouri and TCU. One reason he said that he decided to pull the trigger was quarterback commit Tyler Gabbert. He had been texting back and forth with Tyler through the week and when Tyler assured him that he would be coming to Lincoln, Curtis decided to call the coaches and give them his pledge.

Carter is a very speedy wide out that can really spread the field for the Huskers. It will be exciting to see him in Husker red and see what he can do out on the field!


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4 Responses to “Huskers land a big one in Curtis Carter”

  1. Sam Says:

    Curtis Carter could be the big time player maker that we need at the WR position. Stretch the field and see what he can do.

    I think they should be doing the same with Marcus Mendoza in the slot.

  2. Jason Says:

    Hello,

    I like your site a lot man. I am going to try to read it every day to keep up on some issues. In the meantime, I was wondering if we could exchange links. My site is SPORTSMONARCH.com. I’m trying to make it a place for sports fans to come and debate and discuss sports 24/7. It’s going to take a lot of work, but I’m willing to put the time in.

    Let me know if this is possible.

    Jason

  3. jared Says:

    it says that he committed to TCU on ESPN recruiting website? is that wrong

  4. Cliff Says:

    Jared, Carter was a commit at one time but de-committed and then chose TCU.

 
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