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Tennessee Football Commitment Boo Carter Visiting Colorado

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One of the top Tennessee Football commitments is taking a visit on Saturday. Athlete Boo Carter is heading to Boulder, Colo., for an unofficial visit.

The news was reported by On3. Colorado Buffaloes head coach Deion Sanders has the momentum on the field, and he is trying to snowball that into the recruiting sphere.

“We already know he and his staff can recruit at a very high level, we are now talking about Colorado recruiting at a major national level, because the proof is now in the pudding on the field,” On3 national recruiting analyst Sam Spiegelman said. “If you’re a quarterback or a skill position player, you’ve got to be looking at Colorado in a completely different light as the season continues.”

Carter projects as a defensive back for the Vols, but he was recruited by Michigan to be a wide reciever. Carter may want to be another Travis Hunter, playing both sides of the ball.

Colorado has taken the college football world by storm after beating TCU and Nebraska to start the year 2-0. The Buffs host Colorado State and College Gameday will be headed to Boulder for the game.

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Carter ranks as the No. 226 prospect in the 2024 class. He also ranks as the No. 17 athlete and No. 4 prospect from Tennessee by 247Sports Composite. Carter attends Bradley Central High School in Chattanooga.

The 5-foot-10 and 184-pound athlete committed to the Vols in June. He took his official visit to the Vols a week later.

Colorado made his top schools, along with Michigan, Ohio State, Oregon and Tennessee Football.

Carter spent his junior season at Chattanooga Christian School before transferring to Brainerd for the basketball season. He is spending his senior season at Bradley Central due to TSSAA rules that state he would not be allowed to play a sport at a high school less than 20 miles away from his former school.

He had 678 yards and 18 touchdowns on the ground, and he had 36 receptions for 780 yards and 10 TDs through the air for CCS. 

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