October 31, 2007
Carter puts recruiting on hold
The Duke football program has secured verbal commitments from 11 recruits already, leaving the staff halfway to its completion point for the 2008 class. Because of this, recruiting has been a little slow through the fall months, as most of Duke's recruits have been waiting to see what happens with the Blue Devils season.
In spite of this, the Duke coaching staff has still been persistent with their top targets that remain on the board. One prospect that falls into this category is three-star Woodbridge (Va.) C.D. Hylton athlete Morgan Carter. Though Carter hasn't been paying too much attention to his college recruitment of late, he is aware that the Blue Devils have continued to stay on him throughout the season.
"Honestly, I haven't been too focused on recruiting this fall," Carter said. "I've been trying to place my attention on my senior season and enjoy my last season of high school football. I know that the time for my decision is coming up pretty quickly, so I've got to start getting ready to really pay attention to what is going on and start figuring things out."
...More... To continue reading this article you must be a member. Sign Up Now!