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Cameren

Carter

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#46

Linebacker
Height 6'1"
Weight 215
Year First Year
Hometown Duluth, Ga.
High School Duluth H.S.
Major Enrolled at Columbia College
Experience High School
School: CC

Bio

HIGH SCHOOL

 

A 2017 graduate of Duluth High School in Duluth, Ga., where he played four years of varsity football for head coach Bob Swank … Named to the Class 6-7A All-Region Second Team as a senior … Two-time Gwinnett County honorable mention selection … Two-time Gwinnett County Scholar-Athlete of the Year honoree … Totaled 83 tackles (54 solo), 17.0 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks for 38 yards, four quarterback hurries, an interception, two fumble recoveries and three fumbles caused as a senior … Two-time football team captain … Named Defensive team MVP as a senior … Led the county in sacks through most of the season … Played in just one game as a junior … Four-sport athlete who competed for the basketball, lacrosse and track and field teams … Two-time team captain in lacrosse … Involved on campus with Reader’s Rally and the Chess Club … Four-time Academic Letterman … Named to the Gwinnett Student Leadership Team … Involved in a variety of charity work including Meals on Wheels, soup kitchens at several churches.

 

PERSONAL

 

Born Cameren Christopher Carter on April 28, 1999 in Ridgewood, N.J. … Son of Hector Carter and Kesha Love … Has two sisters Arielle and Jeniece … Father Hector is a 1991 Columbia graduate who played wide receiver for the Lions from 1987-89 and was a starting wide receiver on Columbia’s only undefeated freshman team (6-0) … Father is currently a Lieutenant at the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office in New Jersey … Cousin Patrick competed in track and field at the University of Miami … Played at same high school as Columbia All-Ivy League player/tight end Hamilton Garner ’14 and Hall of Famer George Rogers … Nickname is the “Professor” because he asks many questions, coaches up the younger players and uses high-level vocabulary … Committed to Columbia on February 2, 2017 … Chose Columbia because of the “opportunities that come with obtaining a high-class education as well as the chance to flip the football program and create a new legacy” … Chose Columbia over Harvard, Yale, Army West Point, Washington & Lee and William & Mary … Enrolled at Columbia College … Intends to major in Medicine.

 

HIGHLIGHT VIDEOS

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Highlights: Cameron Roane | First-Team All-Ivy League
Highlights: Parker Thome | First-Team All-Ivy League
Highlights: Josh Wainwright | First-Team All-Ivy League