Three-star Bruin linebacker commit Donovan Carter (6-2, 226, 4.65) from Lake Balboa (Calif.) Birmingham has finished taking his trips and now all that needs to be done is finalize his decision. Carter took his final visit to Arizona State this past weekend.
"The trip to Arizona State went really good," Carter said. "I liked it a lot. It was real nice there.
"I met with Coach Dennis Erickson and Coach Craig Bray," Carter said. "The coaches at ASU are really cool. I also got to hang out with the players and they were cool, too.
"My visit to Washington was good, too," Carter said. "Seattle is a nice city and Coach Tyrone Willingham is a great man.
"I'm still with the Bruins, but I'm probably going to still meet with Coach Erickson at the house," Carter said. "Before I really make a decision if anyone come to the house, I'm going to have an in-house this Thursday with Coach Rick Neuheisel, Coach DeWayne Walker and Coach Chuck Bullough.
"If everything goes alright then I may just cancel all other home visits," Carter said. "I don't want to waste anyone's time.
"The reason that I'm still with the Bruins is the incoming recruiting class," Carter said. "We are close and I think this class is going to be special. I know that we will be playing in January.
It appears most likely that Carter will hold serve on the talented three-star linebacker who led Birmingham in tackles with 129, he also had seven sacks, five forced fumbles, one interception and one fumble recovery.
Carter was selected to the Rivals.com California Top 100 team for the class of 2008 landing as the Golden State's No. 39 prospect at any position.
Rivals.com ranks Carter as the Nation's No. 19 inside linebacker prospect.