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Southside (Ala.) offensive lineman Tyler Carr has earned two early offers from Auburn and Vanderbilt, but that is likely to change following his impressive effort at The Rivals250 Underclassmen Challenge presented by Under Armour.
The Commodores were the first to pull the trigger on the 6-foot-6, 305-pounder, followed by the in-state Tigers. Both came after he visited the schools.
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Carr is just happy to have offers.
"I feel like it's a great opportunity and there's a lot out there for me. It's good for me and I want to see what I can do with it," he said.
He liked both trips and he has a good relationship with the coaches at each school. The rising junior didn't tip his hand on who is standing out among the two SEC schools.
Carr does appreciate the 'Dores offering first, though.
"They call at least twice a week. They were the first ones to take a gamble on me. I feel close ties to Vanderbilt," he said.
This summer he will head to Nashville for the Commodores' camp. After that Carr will check out LSU and Ole Miss.
The Bayou Bengals aren't recruiting him at the moment, so he is hoping to spark some interest on his trip. Coach Derrick Nix has been in contact with him for the Rebels.
He grew up a War Eagle fan, but he has picked up interest from the 'Tide. Carr has visited Tuscaloosa a few times and has built a good relationship with Coach Mario Cristobal.
For now he is taking his time with recruiting and enjoying the ride.
It could be a matter of time before he looks up and is holding 30-plus offers. However, the ride will become a roller coaster once he enters national level status.
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