Athlete prospect Quinton Carter (6-2, 185, 4.45) from North Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne received a huge offer Sunday Evening from one of the nation's most prestigious football programs. The young man will be taking a visit to that university this coming weekend December 16th.
"I just received an offer from Oklahoma," Carter said. "Last Sunday night Coach Bob Stoops and running backs coach Cale Gundy came over to my house and offered me a scholarship."
"I will be taking my trip to Oklahoma this weekend (December 16th),' Carter said. "Oklahoma will be my fourth trip."
"When Oklahoma offered me I was excited," Carter said. "I always wanted to get an offer from a school like that."
"My trip last weekend to UNLV went well," Carter said. "I knew a lot of the players there and a I met few more. I also spent a lot of time with head coach Mike Sanford."
"My trip to Oregon State also went well," Carter said. "They have nice and new facilities. It was a very informative trip."
"I talked to UCLA coach Brian Schneider last night," Carter said. "We talked about me taking a visit there right after the quiet period. I'm not sure I will visit them."
Besides Oklahoma, Carter has offers on the table from UNLV, Colorado State, Nebraska, Oregon State and Fresno State.
In an earlier interview with Rivals.com Carter had the following to say about his visit to Fresno State.
"My trip to Fresno State was very good," Carter said. "I was able to spend a lot of time with the players even though the visit was during the season."
"There is an excellent opportunity for early playing time at Fresno State," Carter said. "They also have a good incoming class coming in."
"I was able to meet most them on my official visit," Carter said. "I met more of the commits when I took an unofficial visit to Fresno State this past weekend. I like the players coming in for the Class of 2006."
"I took the unofficial visit with my parents," Carter said. "So they could meet the coaching staff."
Carter was a member of the Rivals.com preseason Nevada Top 10 for the class of 2006. He landed as the Silver State's No. 7 prospect at any position.