Raymond Carter is a RB from Colorado State who had a knee injury while at UCLA and then transferred to gain more opportunities. He flew totally under the radar from day one.
I had him as the 25th overall RB and had him on one of my lists as a possible 7th, but more likely a UDFA.
The Packers were at one of his workouts back in early March and apparently liked what they saw and heard.
(YOU GO TEDDY! LOL)
He seems to be to be one of those players who would play with a chip on his shoulder because he was so ignored ... even though the kid had a 4.8YPC and a good handful of 100 yd games with sometimes 2 TDs.
Carter was clocked at 4.44 and 4.48 for his 40-yard dash ... and he appears to be highly skilled. He believes his versatility is his best strength. He also benched 26 times. He siad he was watching the combine (snubbed) and came-up FOURTH for strength out of all the RBs.
He had a knee injury that dropped him off everyone's boards.
He played in 12 games, with seven starts last season for Colorado State, as he averaged 4.8 yards per carry gaining 584 yards off 121 carries adding four scores. He also finished with 15 catches for 138 yards and a touchdown.
["Carter measured in at 5 feet, 11.75 inches and 217 pounds. He had a 36.5-inch vertical jump, 9 foot, 10 inches in the broad jump and a personal-best 26 reps of 225 pounds. Once in the indoor practice facility, Carter ran the 40 in 4.47, the 20 in 2.62 and the 10 in 1.53. "I had a pretty good day," Carter said. "I'm happy with my performance. I was just watching the Combine, watching the running backs there, and I was just trying to compete. (My bench) put me in the top four so I think I did okay." - Colorado State football "]
Pretty cool ... I hope he makes a real impression ... really like this kid for some reason.
Have a good one