Does exhibit some natural strength at the point of attack but really negates it by standing upright and losing all leverage. Isn't overly sudden when trying to slip blocks, but he does have the athleticism to fight his way off opposing linemen laterally, using his length to surge his way up the field.
Isn't real instinctive and will struggle to find the football consistently inside. Struggles to hold up at the point of attack at this stage, as he ends up on the ground too easily when run at and isn't a guy who can sit into his stance and anchor.
Impression: Possesses a nice, long frame with some natural athleticism for the position. Was a first-year starter who has matured as the year went on and looks like an intriguing developmental type pick."
Positive: Late-developing prospect with a lot of upside. Athletic, plays with good pad level and quickly gets off the snap. Keeps his feet driving up the field, plays with explosiveness and shows ability dropped off the line on zone blitzes. Fires through the open gaps of the offensive line and moves well sideline-to-sideline.
Negative: Must improve the use of his hands. Makes himself an easy target at times. Lacks bulk and can be handled by a single blocker.
Analysis: After three nondescript seasons at UCLA, Carter took his game to another level last season. He offers potential as a conventional tackle or two-gap end and should only get better with time."
Negatives: Not much of an arsenal... Lacks good strength at point of attack... Lacks power... Flashes good hand usage but is inconsistent in this area... Rarely plays up to his potential... Did not receive a combine invite... Limited production at UCLA and has just one year starting experience."
Weaknesses: Strength at the POA. Needs to use his hands more effectively to shed blocks. Does not have a go-to pass rush move nor does he have an arsenal of moves to keep offensive linemen off balance. Limited production for a guy with his athletic ability.
Projection: UDFA because of his limited production and only one season of consistent action. Carter can play either a 4-3 three technique or a 3-4 five technique and should compete for a roster spot."
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