Two visits set for Carr

Two visits set for Carr

One of the top JC corners in southern California this year is Pasadena CB Terrell Carr (5-9, 175). He's off to a great start this season and he spoke with JCFootball.com recently about recruiting and what type of corner he is when he lines up against his opponent.

"I'm a pure lock-down, shut-down corner, plain and simple," Carr told JCFootball.com recently. "I can man-up on a guy or I can give some cushion and then break on the pass and I love to come up in run support.

"I might be small, but I like to get physical with guys and make hits against the run."

This season for Pasadena, Carr has 35 tackles, four interceptions and his 14 passes broken up leads the talent laden Mission Conference.

"Teams aren't throwing my way as much, but that's out of respect so I get it," Carr said. "I want more chances to make plays, but because they aren't throwing at me, that makes me concentrate that much more because when I do get the chance, I need to be focused on making the play."

Recruiting has begun to pick up for the playmaking corner. Arizona State recently stepped forward with his first offer and West Virginia and Washington have picked up the pace as well.

"I set up my visit with ASU for their game on December 1st against Arizona so that should be fun and pretty rowdy," Carr said. "Washington set me up for a visit on December 7th so I'll be heading up there to visit them.

"They haven't offered me yet, but coach (Chris) Tormey calls me every week and he said that they are serious about wanting me, but they need to check my transcripts and stuff like that.

"West Virginia wants me to come out too, but I'm not sure if I will be able to make it out there before I need to sign so we'll see about that one."

Since Carr will be able to transfer in December he would like to make his decision shortly after his visit to Washington.

We'll continue Carr's progress over the next few weeks and check in with him before the end of his season.

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