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Devin Carter Returning to NC State

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Devin Carter Returning to NC State

Devin Carter Returning to NC State

Another stud is bringing his talents back to the Pack. Wide receiver Devin Carter announced on Friday afternoon, he is returning.

 

 

Human Highlight Reel

If Carter can bring consistency to his game, WATCH OUT.

When he’s on, he can put up numbers like at Wake Forest (7 Rec, 132 Yds, 2 TDs) or against Clemson (5 Rec, 54 Yds, 2 TDs).

He’s also good for UNREAL catches.

 

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Papajohn
Papajohn(@papajohn)
13 days ago

Basketball needs a little success to get this kind of “we’re going to be bad-asses next season” mentality going there. Right now, at the end of the season all the basketball players think about is what is best for themselves. There seems to be little consideration for “what might my team do next season?” And that is okay and totally understandable, you have to look after yourself – but it would be nice if once in a while someone comes back to help the team take another step forward. And it’s not like Pack players turning pro are going to… Read more ยป

Papajohn
Papajohn(@papajohn)
13 days ago
Reply to  Papajohn

I should add, I’m talking about MALE basketball players. Wes Moore has got the Lady Pack thinking that way already.

Dof87
Dof87(@dof87)
13 days ago
Reply to  Papajohn

H&R Block should sponsor Manny for 100K NIL next year.

Dof87
Dof87(@dof87)
13 days ago

Great to hear. With EE departing, time for guys like Carter to take over. Very excited about next year.

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Doug Vonwolf(@fooser)
13 days ago
Reply to  Dof87

I know that I’ll be ridiculed for saying this…but if Devin Carter wants to be EE 2.0, he can. His problem has always been consistency. We know he can make highlight reel catches. We know that every third game he goes off. If he can make himself part of the offense EVERY game, he’ll better EE’s numbers from last year, without question…

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