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Three Star Senior Devin Carter Talks Recruitment, His Career Goals

Two years ago, Devin Carter transferred from Cherry Creek in Colorado. Fast forward now, Carter has led Doral Academy to a 44-6 record in two seasons for the Firebirds.

The 6-foot-5 Carter is ranked as the 133rd-overall player in the 2020 class, according to 247Sports. However, expect for his stock to rise as the season progresses.

The senior guard is having a monster season. His size and length makes him a prolific scorer, and a threat from all over the court, most notably from deep. Carter is currently averaging 29.2ppg, 8.5reb, and 2.5ast.

Carter has become South Florida’s top basketball player.

INTERVIEW

305Sports.Net’s William Hernandez spoke to Devin Carter regarding his ongoing recruiting and career goals.

Hernandez: What’s your favorite shoe to play in?

Carter: Paul George’s

Hernandez: Who’s in your pre-game playlist?

Carter: Lil Baby, DaBaby

Hernandez: What was the best moment of your high school basketball career?

Carter: 2 weeks ago, I bodied someone. ( Poster Dunk versus Coral Gables)

Hernandez: What is the goal for your career?

Carter: Make it to the NBA.

Hernandez: Anybody in the NBA that you pattern your game after?

Carter: My favorite player is [James] Harden.

Hernandez: What does your training schedule look like, and what’s setting you apart from the rest of the country?

Carter: I workout 5-6 times a week, sometimes twice a days. Every day but Sunday.

Hernandez: How has your dad Anthony Carter played a role in making you the basketball player you are today?

Carter: He’s player a big role, you know just growing up watching him play, and his leadership, the way he carried himself is basically how I play.

Hernandez: Tell me about your recruitment, hows the process going? Any visits?

Carter: I plan on taking visits in around 2-3 weeks. I just got a couple new offers: Vanderbilt & California. I still have offers from South Carolina, Notre Dame….

Hernandez: You took an unofficial visit to the University of Miami the other day, tell us about that.

Carter: It was good, I like the campus a lot, I went to go watch them play Duke, it was really nice. Very nice people there.

Hernandez: Would you like to stay in Miami?

Carter: Yea I wouldn’t mind.

Hernandez: Last question, Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Carter: Hopefully in the NBA. Hopefully all the hard work pays off, all the late nights grinding.

Watch the entire interview on YouTube:

Born and raised in Miami, Anthony is the Editor-In-Chief of Immaculata-La Salle High School’s student newspaper. As the Founder and Owner of 305Sports, Anthony covers all Miami Sports.

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