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Colorado State - Rams


Raymond Carter

Raymond Carter - #20 - RB

Height: 5-11 1/2
Weight: 217
Speed: 4.46
Arm: 32
Hand: 9 1/2
Wingspan: 75 1/2
Birthdate: 04/11/1989
Hometown: Torrance, CA
Grade: 5.10

PROSPECT MEASURABLES

Event Ht Wt Hand Arm Wing Wonderlic 40 yard BP BJ VJ 20s 60s 3 Cn
03/07/2012 Colorado State Pro Day 5-11 1/2 217 9 1/2 32 75 1/2 4.45 26 9'10" 36 1/2 4.40 11.46 7.03

 

Notes:

Highly recruited out of Los Angeles, where he was also a standout sprinter. Sat out the 2007 season at UCLA after tearing his right ACL in fall camp. In ’08, managed just 25 rushes for 29 yards (1.2-yard average) and a touchdown in seven games. Bruised his knee against Brigham Young and missed two games, then injured his groin against Washington State and missed three more games. Sat out the ’09 season per NCAA transfer rules. At Colorado State in ’10, started 5-of-8 games in which he played and rushed 65-235-1 (3.6). Added 15 receptions for 163 yards (10.9). Sprained his right knee against TCU and missed three games, then missed the season finale against Wyoming because of a separate injury to the same knee. Started 7-of-12 games in ’11, carrying 121-584-4 (4.8) and catching 15-138-1 (9.2).

Summary:

A UCLA transfer who doubled as a track sprinter, Carter is a high-cut, upright slasher who elevated his visibility at the Colorado State pro day, where he ran in the mid 4.4s, posted a 36½-inch vertical jump and bench-pressed 225 pounds 26 times. Has NFL size and speed and good hands out of the backfield (see Idaho 2010, TCU 2011) though he builds up and shows average agility. Carried just 211 times in college, as he missed two full seasons to injury (torn ACL) and transfer.


Raymond Carter's Draft Stock

PFW Grade Scale
GradeRound
7.01-9.00Top 10
6.01-7.001
6.001-2
5.61-5.992
5.602-3
5.41-5.593
5.403-4
5.31-5.394
5.304-5
5.21-5.295
5.205-6
5.16-5.196
5.156-7
5.11-5.147
5.107-PFA
4.75-5.09PFA
4.00-4.74FA

*PFW Grade indicates the value PFW assigned to prospects.

*Draft Projection indicates where players are more likely to be drafted and reflects the consensus opinion from the NFL scouting community.


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