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Damion Carter
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Damion Carter

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
New Orleans, La.

High School:
Isidore Newman HS

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 193

Position:
WR

Birthdate:
06/30/1985

Experience:
3vl

09/26/2006

Southern Miss 19, UCF 14 - 9/26/06

Southern Miss 19, UCF 14 - 9/26/06

09/09/2006

Southern Miss 45, SE Louisiana 0 - Sept. 9, 2006

Southern Miss 45, SE Louisiana 0 - Sept. 9, 2006

Showed signs of being an outstanding receiver last year with his ability to make athletic catches ... Looks to step up and become an offensive playmaker this season ... Will battle for the starting job at one of the wide receiver positions ... Played wide receiver full-time last season, after seeing action at both quarterback and wide receiver in 2004 ... Possesses outstanding speed and quickness ... Versatile athlete ... Had Southern Miss' longest offensive play from scrimmage in 2005, a 75-yard catch against Tulane ... It was also the third longest non-scoring play in school history ... Finished sixth on the team in receiving yards (252) and eighth in receptions (14) ... Second pick of the 46th round by the Coloroado Rockies in the 2006 MLB Draft ... 2005 (Jr.): Played in 12 games and started one against Tulane (11/26) ... Finished the season with 14 catches for 252 yards, an average of 18.0 yards per catch, scored two touchdowns and had a long catch of 75 yards against Tulane ... Made three catches for 85 yards against Tulane ... Finished with two catches for 26 yards against Arkansas State in the New Orleans Bowl (12/20) ... Caught two passes for 26 yards at N.C. State (10/29) ... Had one catch for 25 yards and one touchdown against UAB (10/21) ... Two catches for 33 yards and scored his first career touchdown against UCF (10/15) on a 25-yard reception ... Had two catches for 22 yards against Tulsa (10/8) ... Had a single reception against McNeese State (9/17), East Carolina (10/1) and UAB ... 2004 (So.): Saw action in 10 games at both receiver and quarterback, making two starts at quarterback against Alabama (10/16) and East Carolina (10/23) and one at wide receiver against Memphis (11/20) ... Quarterbacked the team to an overtime victory over Houston (10/7), following Dustin Almond's hamstring injury ... Executed the game-tying two-point conversion play, before tossing the game-winning touchdown to Otho Graves in overtime ... Completed 14-of-34 passes for 115 yards for the season ... Threw three touchdown passes against one interception ... Completed 5-of-20 passes for 16 yards against Alabama (10/16) ... Completed 6-of-9 passes for 84 yards against East Carolina (10/23), including a long pass of 38 yards ... Threw two touchdown passes against East Carolina and ran for another score ... Finished the regular season with 15 carries for 20 rushing yards ... Caught four passes for 56 yards, averaging 14.0 yards a catch ... Had a long catch of 24 yards against Memphis (11/20) ... Recorded his first career catch (five yards) against Nebraska (9/11) ... Had one catch for 17 yards at TCU (11/20) ... 2003 (Fr.): Played in five games and started two ... Earned the starting nod for the Cincinnati game (10/4) and also started at Alabama (10/11) before Dustin Almond took the starting job against USF (10/25) ... Season-high 25 plays against Nebraska ... Completed 26-of-41 passes (.634) for 238 yards and threw two touchdowns ... Long completion of 30 yards ... Impressed the fans with his 14-of-1 performance for 143 yards and threw a touchdown against Nebraska in his first college game ... Completed 5-of-8 for 29 yards at Alabama (10/11) ... Completed 3-of-8 passes for 36 yards with a long pass of 22 yards against Louisiana-Lafayette (11/1) ... 3-of-6 for 23 yards and threw a touchdown at Cincinnati (10/4) ... Prep: Played for Coach Frank Gendusa ... Completed 117-of-203 passes for 1,855 yards, 21 TDs, 6 INTs ... Rushed 111 times for 456 times, averaging 4.1 yards per carry, and scored 11 touchdowns ... Helped guide Isidore Newman to a 10-3 record in 2002 ... Named District Player of the Year ... All-metro ... As a junior, completed 88-of-173 passes for 1,512 yards, 14 TDs, 7 INTs ... Rushed 34 times for 75 yards, 2.2 ypc, and scored four touchdowns ... No. 34 in Louisiana by SuperPrep ... Two-star rating by rivals.com ... 9.25 rating by Zem's Gems ... Ranked No. 2 quarterback and No. 48 overall in the state of Louisiana by Zem's Gems ... Personal: Son of Anthony and Charlisa Carter ... Majoring in human resources management ... Born June 30, 1985.

2005 Game-by-Game Receiving Statistics
(Catches-Yds.-TD-LP): Alabama 0-0-0-0; McNeese State 1-18-0-18; East Carolina 1-17-0-17; Tulsa 2-22-0-12; UCF 2-33-1-25; UAB 1-25-1-25; N.C. State 2-26-0-20; Marshall 0-0-0-0; Houston 0- 0-0-0; Memphis 0-0-0-0; Tulane 3-85-0-75; Arkansas State 2-26-0-19

2004 Game-by-Game Receiving Statistics
(Catches-Yds.-TD-LP): Nebraska 1-5-0-5; Houston 1-10-0-10; Memphis 1-24-0-24; TCU 1-17-0-17

Carter's Receiving Statistics

YearCatchesYardsAvg.TDLong
2005 14 252 18.0 2 75
200445614.0024
Totals 18 308 16.0 2 75

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