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Tennessee Football Commitment Boo Carter Named Tennessee Mr. Football

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Tennessee football commitment Boo Carter is continuing to add accolades as his high school career comes to a close. The four-star defensive back was named Tennessee Titans Class 6A Mr. Football on Tuesday.

Carter finished his senior year with 1,795 all-purpose yards and 27 total touchdowns as well as 55 catches for 911 yds with 12 touchdowns. Defensively, Carter added 102 tackles and two interceptions in his 14-game season.

He was named the Region 2-6A Player of the Year for his dominant season.

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Carter was one of the top prospects in the Vols 2024 class, highlighting a class that currently sits at No. 12 overall by 247Sports. Alabama, Georgia Florida, Oklahoma, Texas and Auburn all have higher ranked classes.

Carter ranks as the No. 146 overall prospect in the class, and the No. 7 athlete in the class. He was also the No. 2 prospect from Tennessee.

Carter transferred to the aforementioned Bradley Central for his senior season. He played football last fall for Chattanooga Christian School before transferring to Brainerd following the season.

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He played basketball for Brainerd, but was forced to transfer outside a 30-mile radius of his previous CCS or he would have to sit out his senior season.

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

Previous head coaches didn’t focus on locking down the Tri-Star State, but current head coach Heupel has. Carter is another important piece to that puzzle.

Just over an hour from Knoxville, Carter is the type of highly-touted prospect that the Vols need to land if they plan to make a jump in college football.

Tennessee is full of talent, and Heupel has to continue to keep it in-state.

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.

Since committing, he has been one of the Vols’ biggest peer recruiters in the class. He is often commenting under tweets of other prospects like Jordan Seaton.

Most recently, he called on Texas A&M DL and former five-star prospect to transfer to Tennessee.

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