Nevada athlete sets visits

Going into the 2005 season Quinton Carter (6-2, 185, 4.45) from North Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne was looked upon out west as one of area's most versatile players. Carter is definitely living up to his tag and reputation.
On offense Carter will line up wherever Cheyenne needs him. So far this season Carter has played quarterback, tailback and wide receiver. On defense he has settled in at free safety.
Carter received offers from Utah, Colorado State and Oregon State earlier in the recruiting process. Since the beginning of the season Carter has received three more offers from Fresno State, UNLV and Nebraska.

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Carter will take his first official visit this weekend to Fresno State on Oct. 14th. His next scheduled visit will be to Oregon State December 2nd.
Carter is currently working on setting up a visit to UCLA on December 9th.
Originally Carter wanted to set up his UCLA visit during the season so he could take in a game buy UCLA wants to set up all their visits for after the season.
"UCLA doesn't want players to take their official visits during games," Carter said. "They want recruits to visit after the season so they can give the players the attention they deserve."
"During the season the coaches are preoccupied about the game," Carter said. "Whenever I can come down will be alright. I've already seen them on TV and know they're a great program."
"I want to come down and hang out with the (UCLA) players," Carter said. "I was at UCLA for their camp and was shown around. I know UCLA is a great school."
"I'm also going to visit Nebraska," Carter said. "I don't have a date for Nebraska but we're working for a date in November."
"I want to take all of my visits," Carter said. "I want to make a decision based on a school that is best for me."
"I would like to go to a school where I can make the program stronger," Carter said. "Hopefully I will be able to take my skills to the next level after college and if not I want to go to a school that will prepare to start on a great career path."